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Christopher Gore MBACP (accred), Msc, BA, Dip.

Woking, Surrey, GU22
07919 184239 07919 184239 Registered / Accredited

 I offer Clinical supervision for trainee and qualified counsellors & psychotherapists and this is available individually or in groups. I offer both private supervision or work with individuals and groups in organisations. 

I currently supervise a number of individuals and groups from settings which include addiction centres, Counselling organisations and universities. If you are an organisation requiring an external clinical supervisor then do contact me. 

My supervision practice has developed over many years and is rooted in Psychodynamic theory and Group Analysis. I work from other perspectives too but the core of the supervision is based around unconscious processes. This includes thinking about parallel processes, mirroring and Transference/Counter-Transference issues. The role of shame and the impact on us as professionals is also central to my work along with the importance of confidentiality to explore one's thinking. The boundary between therapy and supervision can sometimes become clouded so it can be helpful to think about this and to disentangle the crossover, enabling development of both the work of counselling and the counsellor/therapist.

Individual private Supervision - £70 an hour

Organisations- Individual/Group supervision £70-£100 an hour

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Worplesdon Hill

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Christopher Gore MBACP (accred), Msc, BA, Dip.

Christopher Gore MBACP (accred), Msc, BA, Dip.