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M.Sc. Hons Counselling Psych; B.Sc.Hons Psychology MBACP Reg

Supervision details

I am currently offering discounted supervision while I complete my diploma in supervision.  I am an experienced therapist and trainer, I practised therapy since 2006 and taught psychology since 2000. I have a busy private practice specialising in trauma focused therapy, although I see a range of clients. My approach is integrative and includes neurosomatic therapies such as polyvagal therapy.  As a gay woman I also see clients who identify as LGBTQI+.  My approach as a supervisor is to give you the space to explore your process and unique therapeutic practice and continual development as a practitioner. I approach supervision with passion and curiosity keeping the client, you, the relationship, processes and wider context in my head as we work.  I will use my integrative approaches including Polyvagal Theory and attachment approaches to give oversight and enable you work through relationships, dilemmas, transference and anything you want to bring.   Supervision fee is £50 per hour Supervision availability will be mainly Monday

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Alsager, Cheshire, ST7

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