Supervisor Profile

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Reg. M(BACP) Snr Accred Counsellor & Supervisor

Supervision details

I am a Senior BACP Accredited Supervisor with over 25 years experience of providing supervision to counsellors, supervisors and case managers.  During this time I have been fortunate to work with supervisees of differing levels of experience and a wide range of theoretical backgrounds. This diversity of experience has helped shaped my practice.  I offer an integrative approach to supervision to ensure I meet your individual needs. As a supervisor I am passionate about creating a reflective, safe, restorative space for you to consider your work with clients and provide a space which promotes your continued learning about you the person and you the  practitioner.    Individual supervision sessions can be provided to trainees and qualified counsellors and those in other helping professions. Sessions are available online via a variety of online platforms or by telephone Qualified Clinical Supervision £60 per hourStudent Clinical Supervision £45 per hour I am also in position to provide clinical supervision/professional support to other professional groups. Please feel free to contact me if you wish to discuss your supervision requirements - 07495 913789

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St. Johns Square, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV2

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Type of session

In person

Hello I'm Marcia Chambers. Contact me now if you are looking for that safe space to explore your work with your clients and grow as a practitioner.