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John Campbell MBACP, Dip.Counselling, MBA, BSc,OT, L5CBT, L6Supervision, ACE

Banbridge, BT32 4LZ
07739865366 Registered / Accredited
Banbridge, BT32 4LZ

I have obtained the  L6 CPCAB award in Therapeutic Counselling Supervision and registered as a University of Ulster supervisor. I can offer supervision to counsellors and students.

My modality is integrative with emphasis on person centered, psychodynamic approaches and CBT modalities. I have a Counselling Degree, L5 CBT (CPCAB qualification), a degree in Occupational Therapy and a MBA qualification. I also hold qualifications in EMDR and IPT. I am an associate tutor for the Belfast Met. teaching Humanistic, Psychodynamic Approaches and Integrative 2 modalities. I also teach the L6 CPCAB qualification in counselling supervision at the NRC college.  

I have been a supervisor initially as a Occupational Therapist supervising other therapists who were working with mentally ill clients. As a counsellor I have been involved in supervision with counsellors who have been working in the voluntary sector and now as a private counsellor I can offer supervision from my office in Banbridge.

I strongly believe that supervision is at the core of our profession and that supervisors should have the academic qualifications as well as the counselling skills to provide supervision that is professional, supportive and caring.

My rates are £35 for counsellors with a concessional rate for students. I also provide group supervision.

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44 Bannview Heights
Banbridge
BT32 4LZ

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John Campbell MBACP, Dip.Counselling, MBA, BSc,OT, L5CBT, L6Supervision, ACE

John Campbell MBACP, Dip.Counselling, MBA, BSc,OT, L5CBT, L6Supervision, ACE

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