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Jackie Horsburgh

Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH3
07982 826104 07982 826104 Registered / Accredited

I completed Therapeutic Supervision training with APPCIOS (Assoc for Psychodynamic Practice and Counselling in an Organisational Setting).  This is a BPC accredited organisation running this CPD course with a strong focus on transference and the experience of the therapist in different relationships with clients.  The aim is to provide a reflective space for in-depth support to deepen the therapist’s understanding and enhance their professional capacities.

I have been a psychodynamic counsellor since 2008 with experience and training also in couple work.  I now run my own private practice in Edinburgh and am an Accredited member with BACP. 

I would welcome your initial approach to my offering supervision for your therapeutic work and we can arrange a first meeting to discuss how this might be taken forward (at no charge).  My fee for each hour’s supervision is £40.  I generally have some availability during the daytime on various days with a location in Lothian Road area.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Other languages None


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Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Jackie Horsburgh

Jackie Horsburgh