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I've benefited from good supervision, and continue to do so for both my clinical practice and supervision. That environment of support, curiosity and desire to work effectively and ethically with my clients is what I aim to provide to my supervisees.

The Humanistic Person-Centred training and UKCP accreditation as a therapist combined with variety of experiential and integrative CPDs and training in over ten years of working in private practice. Having worked for the British Association of Anger Management, with young people for a number of years, in drug and alcohol recovery centres and currently at an acute mental health unit where I set up a DBT skills programme. All this gives me a diverse breadth of experience and knowledge, combined with what I feel is a warm, non-judgemental atmosphere in which to support, develop or maintain your practice.

I completed a Diploma in Clinical Supervision at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham in 2016 and am now working towards accreditation.

If you are interested in discussing how we might work together please email me or call and we can schedule some time to discuss this. Email: nick_ratcliff@hotmail.com

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In person
Home visits

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Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Nick Ratcliff

Nick Ratcliff