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Adele Shearing Bsc. MNCS Accredited Registrant

Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25
07751 399191 07751 399191 Registered / Accredited

Hello and welcome my supervision profile..

I offer supervision on a one to one basis, this can be face to face, online or telephone. Currently following the Covid 19 guidelines that in place at that time.

Aim: To offer quality and professional supervision in a safe and nurturing environment, to allow the supervisee to feel supported, respected, valued and restored, whilst professionally developing in a ethical way. 

I qualified in 2016 with a diploma and distinction in supervision, from Lindum College, the course itself was also endorsed by BACP. Having worked as a counsellor for the last 15 years it felt the right step to train in supervision and progress professionally into developing a supervision practice. The training model was clinical and I underpin this with my humanistic training and eclectic way of working in my counselling practice.

I have extensive experience both in private practice and in education and vast training and working experience with Asperger's Syndrome.

I feel its just as personal and sometimes daunting finding a supervisor as it is a counsellor, that the relationship is key alongside professional skills, therefore I do offer an initial face to face appointment or telephone call free of charge to meet with any student or counsellor to discuss your supervision needs.

Fees are £45.00 per hour and £60.00 per 1.5 hours.

I offer flexible working hours which include evenings and a option of a Saturday morning.

I hope this short profile gives you an insight to my way of working, any questions please be in touch...

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East Yorkshire

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In person
Home visits

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Adele Shearing Bsc. MNCS Accredited Registrant

Adele Shearing Bsc. MNCS Accredited Registrant