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I am trained supervisor, experienced BACP accredited integrative counsellor and counselling tutor offering supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors/ psychotherapists and those working with vulnerable people in other professions, I also offer group supervision.

I have both a certificate and an advanced certificate in Integrative Supervision based on Hawkins and Shohet’s seven eyed model. This a systemic framework which explores the relationship that exist between counsellors and their clients and between supervisor and supervisee and the wider contexts of the client, supervisee and supervisor.

I am a BACP accredited integratively trained counsellor with MA in Counselling Studies from The University of Manchester gained with Distinction. I have over nine years’ experience working both adults, children and couples on both a short and long-term basis in occupational health setting, NHS and Private Practice.

I have ten further years supporting, developing and training individuals and teams in management roles.

I have a teaching qualification and in the past 4 years I have taught at Stockport College, Macclesfield College and the Manchester College on Levels 2-5 and guest lectured at the Manchester Business School. I am familiar with the BTEC and ABC Diploma courses.

I offer a 30 minute session without charge to see if you would like to work with me.

Trainee counsellors - £55 for one hour and a half hours of individual supervision or £40 for one hour
Qualified counsellors / non counsellors - £67.50 for one hour and a half of individual supervision or £45 for one hour


"My professional practice has developed so much since working with you and I have really enjoyed and got a lot from all the sessions."

"Thank you for supporting me to grow my confidence and make me see that I am good at my job!"

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Cheadle Hulme
Greater Manchester

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Flexible availability during weekdays and evenings please call or email me to make an appointment.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Emma Gartside, MBACP Accredited, MA Counselling, Dip. Couns. Bupa recognised

Emma Gartside, MBACP Accredited, MA Counselling, Dip. Couns. Bupa recognised