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MBACP Senior Accredited Women's Counsellor & Supervisor

Supervision details

CURRENTLY OFFERING Face to Face and telephone Supervision.  BA (hons) Counsellor, I hold a NCFE Certificate in Supervision II  My clinical work has included, NHS Primary Care Mental Health, substance misuse services, HMP Durham and the voluntary sector, my specialist interests are childhood/relational trauma and domestic abuse. I am currently training as an EMDR trauma therapist.   I have experience in extensive research of the affects of toxic and narcissistic harm and the effects on self worth and self esteem.  How I work as a Supervisor -  Person centred foundation/integrative supervisor. You will experience me as non authoritative and colleagial in my way of working, my own personal experiences of supervision over the years have informed my style/ practice and what I believe to be the importance of providing a nurturing and safe supervisor/supervisee relationship.  I work with both male and female counsellors and students on placement. I work from a designated therapy room situated in a quiet residential area with ample on site parking facilities. The venue has wheelchair access.  £60 1.5 hours Supervision Reduced fees offered for Students on placement. Payment by cheque or cash or bacs may be paid at the start of each session please. 

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Chester Le Street, Co Durham, DH3

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Therapy room and toilet facilities are all ground floor rooms.

Type of session

In person

CURRENTLY OFFERING Face to Face and telephone Supervision.