Supervisor Jacqui Bennett MBACP

Jacqui Bennett MBACP

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Fierce Yoga
260 Kilburn Lane
W10 4BA



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I regard the supervisory relationship as a common understanding of goals and tasks within a strong bond of mutual trust and respect.

• Sessions are facilitative, interactive and supportive, creating a safe environment for personal and  professional disclosures
• Supervisees are encouraged to express emotions and to be reflective
• Sessions aim to provide a ‘space for thinking’, gaining of insight and creativity
• Supervisees’ worth, values and strengths are acknowledged and validated
• Supervisees are empowered by clear and constructive feedback
• Regular two-way feedback is encouraged and supervisory relationship issues are openly addressed
• Professional boundaries are adhered to
• Supervisees are encouraged to take an active role in sessions and increasing responsibility for their professional practice and professional development
• Sessions are structured according to supervisees’ development, presenting client issues and supervision stage
• Sessions are tailored to supervisees’ individual situations and needs, such as theoretical orientation, work context, learning style.

I provide Clinical Supervision for the following groups at my, Queens Park, Willesden Green and Harrow practices:

• Counsellors
. Supervisors
• Counsellors in training at Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Masters level  
• Individuals
• Groups
• Practitioners with live case loads
• Social workers and care workers who use counselling in their practice

Counsellors in training will receive a discounted rate. 

Currently providing Clinical Supervision to the clients below: 

Safer London

Cruise Bereavement

Charterhouse Clinic

CPPD Counselling School 

City Pregnancy Counselling & Psychotherapy

Previous Clients

Urban Bliss 
provided one-2one and group supervision to volunteer counsellors who worked with clients from Social Care and other statutory agencies. 

South London African Women's Association 
Provided monthly group/one to one supervision to volunteer counsellors and family support workers who work with clients who have experienced domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and other forms of abuse.

Turning Point 
Clinical supervisor for volunteers and qualified counsellors working with clients with drug and alcohol addictions

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Maps & Directions

London, W10 4BA
Northolt, UB5

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes
Home visits: No

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Accessibility information
Wheelchair user access: No


I am available mornings , evenings and weekends

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Supervision & training

I regard the supervisory relationship as a common understanding of goals and tasks within a strong bond of mutual trust and respect.

Online supervision:Yes
Telephone supervision:Yes