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I was trained as an Integrative supervisor and gained a diploma in individual and group supervision in 2013. I have supervised both trainees and qualified counsellors and also taught on training courses. My philosophy is similar to the Inskip and Proctor model, and I believe in giving attention to the normative, formative and restorative dimensions of supervision, suitably attuned to the needs of the supervisee at the time. As a member of BACP, I am aware that the Ethical Framework places responsibility for standards very much with the supervisor during training (paragraph 58) and hope I can offer honest and constructive support towards ensuring the highest possible standards of practice. However, I recognise that supervisees need to feel they can be open and honest about their work and to feel safe exploring and reflecting on their practice; supervision is about growth and learning!

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Holbeck Rise
Normanby Road
Market Rasen

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I now have a purpose-built therapy room in Nettleton

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Jenny Oyston

Jenny Oyston