Supervisor Profile

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MBACP Reg. Counsellor (Adults & Young People) & Supervisor

Supervision details

I hold Advanced Specialist Training status with the National Counselling Society and offer clinical supervision to student and qualified counsellors. I am on Lincoln University's Register of Approved Supervisors.  In order to work ethically and professionally, regular supervision is an essential part of our work as counsellors. The purpose is to ensure we have a safe space in which to reflect on our work, to explore any challenges and to enhance our development. As a counsellor I work with both adults and young people. My work is of an integrative nature,   primarily using person-centred and CBT modalities to help my clients achieve their goals. I am also a qualified life coach and find that this works really well with counselling in the right circumstances. I am the Counselling Services Director and clinical lead for Don't Lose Hope, a local mental health charity and I also provide supervision to bereavement volunteers on behalf of Cruse Bereavement Care.  I charge £40 per hour to qualified counsellors. I charge £30 per hour to trainee counsellors. Please feel free to get in touch for an initial chat (free of charge) to see how we might work together to best support your therapeutic practice.

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Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10

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Telephone and online video counselling available.

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Type of session

In person

My aim is to provide a friendly, supportive, yet gently challenging environment, to help my supervisees to become the best therapists they can be.