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Psychodynamic Counselling & Therapy BPC, MBACP

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Bringing yourself and your work to Supervision is scary for most people.  We all naturally look for support and understanding but also want rigour, someone who can help identify areas that might be missed without that 'third position'.  

I consider supervision as a collaborative and creative endeavor.  I'm interested in you as well as how you work, and in what happens as a result of supervision sessions.  Oriented in Psychodynamic and Jungian perspectives, I offer supervision and mentoring to qualified counsellors/therapists who are working exclusively with individual adults at a frequency of no more than once weekly.   I do not take supervisees who are currently in training or about to embark on a training.

Supervision sessions can be arranged as one to one or a small group (up to 3 supervisees).  Sessions may be regular or occassional and fees are determined accordingly. I also offer personal mentoring, which might be useful for those setting up in private practice.   Please get in touch if you are interested to find out more.  

My private practice is based near Radstock and in easy reach of Frome, Wells, Bath, Keynsham, Shepton and surrounding areas. Guided by the BPC or BACP ethical framework

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Radstock, Somerset, BA3

Glastonbury Road, Wells, Somerset, BA5

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Type of session

In person

Supervision and mentoring for qualified counsellors/therapists. Individual or small groups. Psychodynamic/Jungian.