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I am a registered and accredited member of BACP, and hold a Diploma in Transpersonal and Integrative Supervision from the Psychosynthesis Trust in London.

I have been in practice for 15 years, in private practice and working extensively in Education and Hospital sectors and working within counselling agencies for young people and adult clients with histories of addiction and abuse.

I work relationally with clients and supervisees alike and my training steers me towards searching into the heart of client work and what meaning and sense, or no sense, they and we, make of the world in which we inhabit. I find this particularly relevant when working with clients and supervisees over the past 18 months of global change, both environmentally and humanistically. 

I have experience of supervising groups and individual trainee and qualified counsellor/psychotherapists.  My charge is £60 per one hour session, pro rata.  Sessions can be fortnightly or monthly.

I offer a half hour free initial session for you to assess if I am what you are looking for and for me to see if I can support you with supervision for your practice.

Please contact me for further information and for any questions you have relating to my practice. 

Take care of yourself

E: fichapmancounselling@gmail.com
T: 07804014143

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The Forge Psychotherapy Group
99 Stanmore Hill

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

Welcome! I am offering on-line or face-to-face supervision for qualified counsellors or in training, either individually or in group supervision.


Fiona Chapman

Fiona Chapman