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Integrative therapist of over 15 years experience within NHS, private practice and organisations. I am open-minded about working with therapists from different modalities.

Prior to my psychotherapy training, I worked in the private sector for many years, within a learning and development setting where I provided coaching and performance feedback for employees. 

For 12 years, I was the in-house counsellor at a GP surgery. 

I have provided counselling for young people in a charity setting and worked as a service user support worker for the mental health organisation Mind.

For me, supervision is a specialised form of mentoring; a collaborative working alliance between two professionals, in which we both have responsibilities. I have a particular interest in supporting the therapist and providing an environment based on acknowledgement, reassurance and growth. This aims to empower the supervisee/therapist, in turn, to work safely with their clients to ensure standards and quality of practice.

Initial meeting/ discussion - no fee.

Fees - 1 hr £60, 1.5 hrs £75. Concessionary fees possible for trainee or student – please call to discuss.

I can provide 1:1 supervision or groupwork where appropriate.

I hold the OCN (Open College Network) Certificate in Supervision.

I am based in Lode, just off J35 (A14) between Cambridge and Newmarket.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

I am currently only working online or via telephone

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Sarah Freed, Specialist in Relationships, Anxiety, Depression and Loss

Sarah Freed, Specialist in Relationships, Anxiety, Depression and Loss