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Consultant Counselling & Health Psychologist

Supervision details

I have 10 years of experience as a supervisor in counselling psychology and psychotherapy/counselling. I specialise in supervising trainee counselling psychologists and trainee counsellors and have clinically supervised sussessfully a number of trainees to completion. I have been a trainer in counselling psychology and counselling for 10 years. I have trained with some of the best counselling trainers and clinical supervisors in the country and the world. I am offering telephone and online supervision with supervision from across the world. I have 10 years of o.line supervision even before the current COVID-19 pandemic. You will find my supervision a refreshingly supportive, unshakably nurturing and stimulating experience, which will help you reach your potential as a clinician. My experience as an Senior Academic, Trainer and Senior Consulting Clinician will all come together to offer a uniuqe experience for you. Please contact me to discuss.

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Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH7

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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I offer sessions over the phone or online. I also offer walking therapy within strict professional boundaries, if enclosed spaces present a significant challenge for you at present.

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Type of session

In person

Awarded Consultant Counselling & Health Psychologist, Psychotheapist / Counsellor Supervisor & Trainer of a national and international calibre