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I am a qualified counsellor, who works with clients in Dundee, St. Andrews and Harley St. London.

Why should you consider receiving supervision from me? Admittedly, I am little biased (!), but here are a few good reasons:

1) I am trained as a pluralistic counsellor, so I have experience working with a number of different approaches. For those trained as pluralists or as integrative counsellors, I will help you choose the most effective methods/approaches to aid your clients in reaching their goals.

2) Since I have experience of working with clients in a variety of ways, I can also help counsellors/therapists who are trained in a single modality. 

3) I work as a Senior Consultant for Meisterline (meisterline.com), where I help high-performing professionals overcome any personal problems that are holding them back in their careers. Not only will I be able to support you in helping your clients, but I will also aid you in working on any issues that you feel are interfering with you achieving excellence as a counsellor/therapist.

4) I have an extensive academic background (an MA (hons) in Philosophy; a Masters in Modernist Literature; a Masters in Pluralistic Counselling; and a PhD in English literature) and I work with many students in my practices in Dundee, St. Andrews and in London. So, if your role includes working with academics/students, then this is one of my specialisms, and I'd happily supervise your work in this area.

The fee for a 90 minute session is £55 for qualified counsellors/therapists and £50 for students. If you want further information, please consult my Harley St page:http://www.westlakeclinic.co.uk/dralexfox.html and/or my directory page:https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellors/alexander-fox

I look forward to working with you,


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The Flour Mill
34 Commercial Street

2 Howard Place
St. Andrews
KY16 9HL

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Dr Alexander Fox (MBACP, Masters in Counselling, PhD (Eng Lit.))

Dr Alexander Fox (MBACP, Masters in Counselling, PhD (Eng Lit.))