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Catherine Sweet

Totnes, TQ9 5HN
07496 279517 07496 279517

I offer Clinical Supervision for counsellors in Totnes and Online.  I am a registered member of the BACP and follow their ethical code of practice. My counselling training was in Integrative practice and therefore I bring this theoretical perspective to my work as a Supervisor. Throughout my career so far my experience has been varied as a practitioner . I have worked and volunteered in higher education colleges ,  schools and specialist youth agencies and helplines. I worked with young people at Off the Record (Bristol) , The Isle of Wight Youth Trust and I was a counselling coordinator for Young Devon in Plymouth. Before my formal training I volunteered as a telephone counsellor at Bristol Crisis service for women (now Self Injury Support ).  I now work solely in Private practice seeing both young people and adults. I have experience of designing and delivering workshops to both young people , veterinary professionals and counsellors. I am passionate about counselling being a very human experience and resilience in mental health being taught to both young people and adults.  I believe I bring these elements to my Supervision practice too. I have special interests in working creatively in Practice, neuroscience and working with young people. I have experience of setting up, moving and maintaining a private practice and have interest and experience of marketing and promoting counselling which I always love to encourage other practitioners to do. I am experienced in supervising both groups and individuals,  qualified and student counsellors.

My hope would be that as a supervisor I can facilitate a space for you to feel supported , to develop as a therapist and to explore the processes and dynamics that you are experiencing. I work integrate the models and functions of Supervision explored by Hawkins and Shohet as well as newer models of practice such as the work of Els Van Ooijen.

My sessions are £45 for an hours session or £65 for 1.5hrs.

I also offer Skype or telephone Supervision

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The Nautilus Rooms
35A Fore Street

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access

I offer online counselling for those unable to leave their home. The counselling rooms I work from have one flight of stairs from the street.



Types of client

Young people
Older adults


Catherine Sweet

Catherine Sweet