Supervisor Profile

Claire Huzzey Verified Professional Verified Professional
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Serenity Counselling Service BA (Hons) MBACP MNCS (accred)

Supervision details

Hello, I am Claire, I am an integrative counsellor, I have been qualified since 2017, I offer you my experience and thirst of knowledge about anything about the counselling world. In my private practice, I offer my clients a flexible working model to fit my clients needs and I offer you the same as I work face to face, online, telephone or walk and talk.

I practise the 7 eyed model of supervision and will be mapping my supervision to the BACP, NCS and ACTO ethical frameworks.

Finding the right supervisor for your practice can feel daunting to find the best fit for your work. I hope to be able to offer you a safe and supportive space where ever we work to assist to support for you, your clients and to encourage your personal growth and development. I welcome you what ever stage you are within your counselling journey from at the start as a student counsellor on placement, to being in practise within an organisation or working in private practice.

I offer a free 30 minute, telephone or online consultation to see if you feel comfortable with me as a supervisor. Supervision is an investment in you and your practice and you deserve to choose someone that suits you. There is no obligation or pressure to book an appointment.

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Fairkytes Arts Centre, 51 Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1AX

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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My office has wheelchair access alternatively I am able to offer home visits, online or telephone counselling sessions.

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Type of session

In person

I am a qualified clinical supervisor and I am an integrative counsellor in full time private practice.