I trained as a supervisor, partly to further my own understanding of the counselling process, and partly to give me the chance to work with other counsellors, as this is something that I am passionate about. I have already worked with all levels of counsellors from trainees to highly experienced professionals and always find it both challenging and rewarding. I use the Seven Eyed Model when working with supervisees as I find it gives me chance to look at all aspects of the supervisee/client relationship. This is ultimately from a person-centred base, as that's where my counselling style generally lies. I love working with, and encouraging other therapists, as I am passionate about the counselling profession in general. If you would like to consider me as a supervisor then please send me a message and I will get back to you as soon as I have chance. I look forward to potentially working with you in future.
Professional supervision £80 (60 mins), £110 (90 mins) Please email me to book.
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