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As an integrative psychotherapist with a qualification in Person-Centred supervision my approach is to have a considered and yet spontaneous response to my supervisees’ work and their practice. I start from a position of trust in the practitioner and respect your training, experience and your in-depth knowledge of your own clients. We will explore together any issues that you may wish to bring, be that around client work, personal development and self-care or work-related issues. While supervisees bear the primary responsibility for their own practice I see my remit as helping you to work ethically, safely and to a recognised professional standard and framework (the BACP Ethical Framework being just one example). It’s really important that practitioners feel they are not alone in their practice and I aim to be as helpful and encouraging as possible. At times this may also include respectfully drawing attention to, and challenging, aspects of a supervisee’s practice.

As in therapy, the relationship between supervisor and supervisee is all important and fostering that relationship is the key to successful supervision in my experience. The supervisory relationship I offer will enable you to be authentic about yourself and your practice and will foster your on-going development and self-belief as a therapist.

I’m a principled and ethical therapist and always strive to meet the highest professional standards, an attitude I hope to model to others through my supervisory practice. Supervisees have let me know they also welcome my warm and down-to-earth approach and humour, when appropriate.

I have a Post-graduate (PG) Certificate in Counselling Supervision. 

Having been a tutor on a BA degree in Counselling I have experience of supervising trainee counsellors on placement and of group supervision.  

I see supervisees in my therapy room in my own home but am happy to travel if that suits both parties. 

Qualified counsellors and psychotherapists: £55 per hour

Students and trainees: £45 per hour

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Rionach Casey Counsellor and Supervisor

Rionach Casey Counsellor and Supervisor