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I offer Humanistic and relational TA supervision for trainee and experienced, qualified counsellors and psychotherapists, individually and in small groups.

My background includes supervising in private practice, college and agency settings and  I have particular experience of working with trainees as well as more experienced practitioners.

For me, supervision is a crucial part of the work of a counsellor or psychotherapist, in terms of reflective practice, professional development and self care.

 My objective as a supervisor is to provide a collegial environment in which each practitioner can reflect on their work and their reactions to it through a focus of mutual enquiry within a relational frame.

If you are a student counsellor in placement, it is important that you feel encouraged and supported as you go through the process of developing your confidence and skills.  My aim will be to encourage and support you as you develop your own therapeutic style, attend to issues of self care, practice safely and ethically and work as effectively as possible with each client. Supervision provides the reflective space in which to share your successes as well as your concerns, ask questions or talk about that intervention that didn't work!

If would like to make an initial enquiry, please contact me on 07769 865406 or via the email link on the profile page.  I look forward to hearing from you.

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Nicky Worrall Psychotherapist & Supervisor PTSTA (P)

Nicky Worrall Psychotherapist & Supervisor PTSTA (P)