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Hello my name is Hayley I have been a qualifed therapist since 2014, and Supervisor since 2016, I work in an Humanistic integrative approach as well as CBT.

My main focus of Supervision is to help and guide the Counsellor with their client case load, working with clients myself I understand the complexities a therapist faces, I offer a safe and supportive space for supervisees to discuss their client work and any worries or concerns they may have, the relational work for me is paramount between both supervisor and supervisee. 

Iam specialised in working with Adult survivors of Child Sexual abuse [7 years] and am experienced in working with the symptons of what this brings , I can support all levels of counsellors whether in training or qualified or what client difficulties they they are working with.

Alongside this Iam also a tutor of counselling, teaching level 2,3 and 4 CPCAB courses. 

The supervision Model I work with is  [Shohet and Hawkins] 7 eyed model where I would support and guide the supervisee through each of the modes in their current practice.[ More information on this, is available on request].

I am also able to offer guidance and support on Pre-trial Therapy such as how to manage the sessions the court process, and  note taking particularly if the notes are subpeona to court, Please ask on enquiry if this is something you would like support on.

Please  do get in touch if you feel I can help you with your supervision needs.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Older adults
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Hayley Parker Experienced Trauma Counsellor / Supervisor

Hayley Parker Experienced Trauma Counsellor / Supervisor