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I have been a Clinical Supervisor of both Trainee and Qualified Counsellors since 2013. I have supervised experienced professionals facing significant challenges, and also supported the novice on the start of their counselling career in their personal and professional development. am able to provide both individual supervision and group supervision, on a fortnightly or monthly basis.

As a supervisor I work to the BACP's Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions, and ensure that I receive regular supervision of my own work as a supervisor.

My Approach:

As an integrative counsellor and clinical supervisor, drawing upon person centred values and integrating these with solution focussed, cognitive behavioural and gestalt models, I conduct supervision from a mainly humanistic approach. I believe the quality of the supervisory relationship is paramount in the process of assisting supervisees move forward.

In my supervisory practice I currently draw upon a variety of supervision models, including Hawkins & Shohet's Seven Eyed Model Of Supervision, and Inskipp & Proctor's model focussing on the normative, formative and restorative functions of supervision.

Location of Supervision Rooms:

My main private practice is located at the Custard Factory in Digbeth and I also use alternate rooms within Birmingham city centre.


£50.00 per hour.

£45.00 per hour for students.

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Zellig Building, The Custard Factory
Gibb Street
West Midlands
B9 4AA

West Midlands

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

Clinical Supervisor of both Trainee and Qualified Counsellors, individual supervision and group supervision services available.

Joanne Doyle

Joanne Doyle