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Jackie Bryan-Harris Bsc (Hon)Psy.MBACP .Counselling / Psychotherapy. Supervisor.

Stockport, Greater Manchester, SK4
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I offer clinical supervision for  trainee counsellors, mental health workers and qualified counsellors/psychotherapists.

I offer an integrative humanistic approach to supervision. I have many years’ experience working as a counsellor in a wellbeing team where I am experienced in supervising new staff and peer supervision.My aim is to provide a collaborative supportive environment to ensure trust and congruence is promoted in the process .

I aim to create a relaxed authentic Space in which our work can be celebrated and inspire passion and humour along the way .

I hold a certificate in clinical supervision from Manchester institute of psychotherapy.

Special interests

I have many years’ experience working with young people and adults in an education setting. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, domestic abuse, relationship issues and abuse. I have worked in a prison setting, women’s refuges and family support organisations where I supported women , men and children to believe in themselves and rebuild their lives.

 Rates for supervision

Qualified therapists  £65 per 1.5 hrs

Trainees £50.00 per 1.5 hrs/ £40 per hour 

Fees can be negotiated depending on income . 

The fee is inclusive of any admin , reports required . 

I offer a free no obligation initial session to explore the possibility of working together.

Please contact me to discuss, I aim to reply to queries the same day.

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Greater Manchester

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Jackie Bryan-Harris Bsc (Hon)Psy.MBACP .Counselling / Psychotherapy. Supervisor.

Jackie Bryan-Harris Bsc (Hon)Psy.MBACP .Counselling / Psychotherapy. Supervisor.