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I offer Clinical Supervision for therapists working in a Humanistic approach. My integrative training enables me to not only adapt my approach to each supervisee's way of working but to also draw upon a number of different theoretical approaches to add to, develop and deepen the supervisory process. I hold a Level 6 qualification in Therapeutic Supervision.

Supervision is a place for you to reflect on your work with clients. It is also a place for you to look at your own personal process in the context of your professional work within a supportive relationship.

I believe that supervision is a place for new learning in the therapeutic triad and I am interested in your modality and your beliefs about how you work. The sessions are a place to create a way of working together that best suits you. For example, how best you feel supported and what helps you to learn.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Catherine Appah MBACP (Accred), BSc, Counsellor and Supervisor

Catherine Appah MBACP (Accred), BSc, Counsellor and Supervisor