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I offer supervision to trainee, newly qualified and more experienced counsellors.  I can offer supervision to therapists working with any, or all, of the following client groups: young people, individuals, couples and families.

I feel that it is important to offer a warm, respectful and safe environment so that you can feel supported in your work with your clients. I believe, strongly, that supervision is a mutual and collaborative process.  We can work together as you develop your practice with clients.

As a supervisor and member of the BACP, I have a responsibility to see that all practice with clients meets the standards of their Ethical Framework.

Although my training is in systemic and psychodynamic therapy, I work, also, with supervisees from other theoretical approaches.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Diane Aspell AdvDip, BSc (Psych), MA

Diane Aspell AdvDip, BSc (Psych), MA