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Jared Green (MA, UKCP)

London WC1V & WC1E
07592 677731 Registered / Accredited
London WC1V & WC1E

I am available for supervision for Counsellors and Psychotherapists seeking individual or group supervision. I am open to working as a primary supervisor (with regular individual sessions) or on a more adhoc basis or in a group format. My hope as a supervisor is to help enable others to develop into the therapists they are.

Way of Working

I am particularly interested in early childhood experience, and how unveiling the true self can be achieved in the psychotherapeutic space.  My primary training is Transpersonal Integrative,  and my work is informed by the analytic perspectives (Jungian, Freudian), the Psychodynamic (in particular Attachment theory) and the body: Gestalt, chakra theory and Focussing (Gendlin). I am particularly drawn to working with disowned parts, resolving relational trauma, using symbols and dreams to access early life material.

I work with individual supervisees on an adhoc or a contracted basis. I am also open to you forming a small supervision group to meet on a regular basis. I have a previous career in digital marketing and business and I am also available for supervision related to practice development.

My supervision fees are £60 for an Individual session (50m) and £80 for a group session (1h) £80.

More About Me

  • Masters (MA) and Post Graduate Diploma in Transpersonal Psychotherapy (CCPE)
  • Certificate in Supervision (CCPE)
  • I have worked since 2009 in clinical practice and have been UKCP Registered since 2014.
  • I have supervised trainee's at Help Counselling and on the Diploma course at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE).

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37-41 Gower Street
London
WC1E 6HH

Staple Inn
High Holborn
London
WC1V 7QH

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In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

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Wheelchair user access

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Availability

As my practice is currently full, I am only able to offer a consultation with a view to my waiting list.

Types of client

Adults

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