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Clive Mason Verified Professional Verified Professional
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With a good understanding of the both the BACP’s & the NCS’s ethical Framework, my aim is to provide an ethical and structured environment, whilst developing with you, a working relationship that will enable us to explore your client work together. In turn create opportunities for you to broaden your understand of yourself whilst working as a counsellor (or supervisor). My supervisory approach is supported by Hawkins & Shohet’s Seven Eyed Model of Supervision and also Inskipp and Proctor’s Functional Model. As an Integrative Counsellor, I will also draw on other theoretical models to support our work together. I currently work with counsellors in both Private Practice and within Counselling Agencies, who work with all age groups including children, young people, and individuals. I have supported counsellors stepping into private practice for the first time and can support the development of the structure and help in the beginning process. I offer supervision to both qualified counsellors and trainee counsellor who are on placement, If you would like to talk with me about supervision please contact me at I hold a level 7 (Masters Level) Advanced Diploma in Counselling Supervision, and offer individual supervision for counsellors and supervision to supervisors. Fee - £50 ph

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Bristol, Somerset, BS1

Chipping Sodbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37

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In person

I have always enjoyed Supervision, the key has been the supervisory relationship, which is, for me, critical to enhance the working environment.