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I have extensive experience in working with all ages and over 20 years clinical practice in education setting and PP 

My supervision model is reflective of the needs of the supervisee  using the 7 eye model of supervision by Robin Shohet.

I studied Integrative and this is where my models still stems from still now. I have vast training and experience in working with young people in education and the constraints of this setting.

I have been involved in PP since 2002 and currently run a thriving practice in Romford.

I use online platforms for my work with clients and supervisees.

Students I am not accredited and have no intention to do so. If your course requires it then I am not for you,, sorry. However please feel free to get in touch after you have qualified. I do feel i provide an approachable interactive supervisor/supervisee relationship that has proved valuable to lots of newly qualified counsellors outside of just the counselling process.

I also meet the criteria for new competencies for working and supervising counsellors of CYP.

Portfolio available on request  


Fees £50 per hour   

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Church Road

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


currently doing face to face and online

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Lindsay Noakes MBACP

Lindsay Noakes MBACP