Supervisor Profile

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MRH Wellbeing | Counselling & Clinical Supervision

Supervision details

I am an integrative clinical supervisor. I provide supervision for trainees, qualified counsellors and staff requiring external supervision. I provide support and guidance in relation to your client work, which will enable you to provide a quality service, protect your clients, and work ethically. In addition, we will focus on your own personal development and empower you to work with your clients in a more effective way to help them achieve their desired outcome. I offer an initial meeting, FREE OF CHARGE, which lasts 30 minutes. There is no pressure, this is simply a meeting to see if we would like to work together and if the service I offer might meet your need. If we both agree, a full supervision session may be booked at a mutually convenient time. I offer both evening and weekend appointments Fees Qualified  £40.00 - 60 minutes or £50.00 for 90 minutes  Staff Requiring External Supervision £50.00 - 60 minutes or £60.00 for 90 minutes  Trainees / Students £30.00 - 60 minutes  or £40.00 for 90 minutes  For more information or to book an initial meeting ; Telephone or Text: 07599 41 40 40 I provide a professional, accessible and affordable service.

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Widnes, Cheshire, WA8

Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person

I am an integrative clinical supervisor.