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Kevin Spruce BA (Hons) Psy; MSc Couns. Psy; MRes Soc-Psy (converted to PhD)

Newcastle-under-lyme, Staffordshire, ST7
07723 099334 07723 099334

I am an experienced supervisor for all counsellors specialising inthose counsellors with military, former military clients and their families, as clients.

Veterans Counselling Service: My experience is based on a strong academic record and personal experience as a war veteran.  My expertise lies in the areas of transitional issues, relationship issues, dealing with symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress, identity issues and vicarious trauma.

Cheshire Therapy Services: My experienced is based on a strong acadmic record and 12 years as a well-being professional.  My expertise lies in the areas of Parental/Child relationships; Intimate relationships; work stress; lockdown stress/anxiety; childhood sexual abuse; self identity issues; front line workers in health industry.

I am a registered accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society.  I work under the Codes of Ethics set by these professional bodies. My academic background is mainly in Abnormal Psychology, Anxiety and Stress, Relationships (Intimate and Familial), sexual identity. I have been awarded the following: BA (Hons) Psych; MSc Couns. Psych; MRes Socio-Psych (converted to PhD).

My practices utilises Person Centred Therapy, as its primary therapy and utilises Transactional Analysis, EMDR, Trauma Focussed CBT amongst others to prepare the client for Person Centred Therapy, if necessary.   

I have utilised online therapy and supervision for 8 years due to the demographics of my military and former militray clients, however, due to the present situation with the pandemic, I am only offering online and telephone supervision.  

Each session is 90 minutes and the fee is £75.00 - reduced fees will be considered for Veteran Counsellors (with Veteran clients):  Students and newly qualified professionals. 

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Small step entrance

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Kevin Spruce BA (Hons) Psy; MSc Couns. Psy; MRes Soc-Psy (converted to PhD)

Kevin Spruce BA (Hons) Psy; MSc Couns. Psy; MRes Soc-Psy (converted to PhD)