Fiona Watts

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MSc Psych, BSc(Hons) Psych, MBACP (Accred) CBT & Supervision
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Llandeilo SA19 & Aberystwyth SY23
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I am a trained and qualified supervisor and hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Consultative Supervision. I have 8 yrs experience of working with children & young people aged 11-25 in educational settings, often with a MH diagnosis, and of supervising counsellors working in these environments and within organisations. I have extensive knowledge of child development, social and cognitive development, and addictive behaviours. I also have experience of working with couples, and with adults of all ages, including those with enduring MH conditions, Personality Disorders and suicidal ideation. I can offer CBT- specific supervision, although generally integrate other approaches and creative methods to help explore, nurture and develop your skills, knowledge, self- awareness and reflexivity as a practitioner. Supervision is such an important element of our therapeutic work with clients and choosing the right supervisor can seem like a daunting challenge. However, I genuinely welcome whatever questions or queries you may have about my training, experience, methods & models used, etc. so please feel free to contact me for an initial exploratory chat and see whether I offer what you are seeking.

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Llandeilo Wellbeing Centre, Garth Celyn, 5 New Road, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19 6DB

Aberystwyth, SY23

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I am a trained and qualified supervisor and hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Consultative Supervision.

Fiona Watts
Fiona Watts