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I offer integrative supervision and have knowledge of a range of modalities including person centred, CBT, Transactional Analysis and Psychodynamic. I utilise a range of supervision models including the Seven-Eyed and Bernard's Discrimination and Integrated Developmental Models. I have a Level 7 certificate in Clinical Supervision. 

I have experience of counselling in a range of agencies across varying client groups, as well as working in private practice. I also have experience as a counselling skills tutor across a range of levels. 

My aim is to work with supervisees to develop their skills and confidence using a range of collaborative interventions to better improve client outcomes. 

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults


Toby Payne, MNCS (accred)

Toby Payne, MNCS (accred)