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Chrissie (Anne Christine) Bramwell MBACP, MNCS (acc), CSAccred/Advanced

*Current availability for Online/Telephone ONLY supervision appointments until the current COVID-19 crisis passes.

Your first session is provided free of charge in order to get a feel for working together, to run through a way of working and collaboratively explore contracting. Text 07876 767069 for appointment times. 


I provide Psychodynamic supervision or Integrative supervision.

Together with a Psychodynamic core training, I have a specific BPS L3 Supervision Accreditation and can integrate other modalities from training and experience - including but not limited to Person Centred, CBT and Trauma-informed.

This can be delivered from my office in the Lisburn Road in Belfast or online.

For newly qualified counsellors I recommend 3 hours face to face per month.

I do not currently provide supervision for students

Dependent on caseload I recommend:

Psychodynamic Supervision - 1 hour weekly.

Integrative Supervision

<10 clients - minimum 1.5 hours per month

10-15 clients - minimum 2 x 1 hour per month

15-20 clients - minimum 2 x 1.5 hours per month

20+ clients - negotiable

Group Supervision/Consultation Group will be available both face to face and online in the near future for a maximum of 4 qualified therapists at a time. These sessions will last 2 hours. Please enquire for more details.

Hourly rate for supervision is £50.

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The Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre
Partner
215a Lisburn Road
Belfast
Co Antrim
BT9 7EJ

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Other languages Norwegian
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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Types of client

Adults
Older adults

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Chrissie (Anne Christine) Bramwell MBACP, MNCS (acc), CSAccred/Advanced

Chrissie (Anne Christine) Bramwell MBACP, MNCS (acc), CSAccred/Advanced