Salma Khalid is an integrative and highly experienced Psychotherapist/Counsellor and Supervisor with 26 years of experience of working professionally with individuals and groups in a counselling, supervisory and training capacity. She has a background of working in the NHS and the voluntary sector as well as in private practice Salma completed her Supervision training at University of Manchester. She offers Supervision for both qualified and student Counsellors. Salma also provides Clinical & Reflective Supervision for various organisations across the northwest. Her approach is integrative and collaborative. She also has a background in working with transcultural issues and diversity. Salma's training and experience allows her to draw on a wide range of theoretical traditions and modalities to offer supervision that meets the individual needs of supervisees and their clients. She is experienced in supervising counsellors, mental health professionals and other allied health professionals from varied backgrounds. Salma formally worked as BACP's Lead Advisor for Spirituality and Belief. The work involved working as an advocate, ambassador and advisor for the inclusion of spirituality and belief in a counselling and Psychotherapy context on behalf of the organisation and members. Her role involved influencing policy and strategy internally and externally to ensure that spirituality and belief are integrated into counselling and psychotherapy at all levels. Role also involved working across sectors such as children and young people, workplace, university and colleges, Coaching and equality and diversity. The role also involved supporting volunteers in their activities in BACP divisional work. Salma has extensive experience as a psychotherapist and supervisor and subsequent long involvement within mental health allows which allows her to offer a wide and grounded perspective on mental health and wellbeing issues and insight into these particular organisational demands and settings Her main aim is to provide a supportive, exploratory and educational role where supervisees can use the space to explore: 1. The clients presentation 2.Interventions\techniques 3.The therapeutic relationship 4.The therapist\supervisees reactions 5. The supervisory relationship 6.The reactions of the supervisor 7. Wider contextual\organisational issues 8. Transcultural issues Salma has regular supervision and have professional insurance. Fees £60 per hour, £80 per hour and a half I offer a reduced rate for counselling students in training.
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