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 Due to my Experience as a Manager and Clinical Consultant on the regional suicide prevention helpline (2012- 2017) and Lecturer on the Ulster University  Foundation Degree in Counselling (2012- current) on both Supervised Practice Modules, I am also an approved supervisor on the Ulster University Approved Supervisor Register. 

My preferred modality is  an integrative approach and  the supervisory model that I aspire to use is the Cyclical model.

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The Therapy Rooms. Counselling
Supervision & Training.
24A Fountain Street
BT41 4BB

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Marianne Michelle Laverty

Marianne Michelle Laverty