Marie O'Neill

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Edinburgh, EH1 3LH
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Supervision details

I a COSCA accredited clinical supervisor and currently have space for new supervisees. I use an integrative approach, drawing on psychodynamc as well as person centered theory. I have a special interest in working with the soul, incorporating spiritual psychology and mindfulness and I have recently completed a year long training program in compassionate inquiry with dr. Gabor Mate.

As a supervisor I am committed to offering a safe, non-judgmental environment, striking a balance between being supportive and challenging, to help you reflect and grow in your practice. I take a holistic approach to therapy as well as supervision and I see the supervision relationship as a space for you to reflect on all aspects of yourself and your life as a whole, as it all impacts on each other. I have established a very successful private practice and am happy to offer advice and support to anyone who is already in or thinking about setting up a private practice of their own. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland (COSCA)

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Accredited register membership

Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland
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20 Forth Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3LH

Key details

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1 step, no accessible bathroom

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Type of session

In person

Integrative supervisor, incorporating psycho-dynamic and person centered theory with spiritual awareness, mindfulness, ifs and compassionate inquiry.


Marie O'Neill
Marie O'Neill