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Person-centred Counsellor PGCert, BA (Hons), MBACP (Accred)

Supervision details

Although I offer counselling and psychotherapy primarily using the person-centred approach and believe relationship continues to be a fundamental and essential to the supervisory working alliance, I offer supervision to all therapists who wish to work with me and experience the supervision that I offer. I am sympathetic and open towards other approaches and the wider school of psychotherapy. I have explored this previously as part of previous degree training and also as part of further continuing professional development. I continually research and explore all kinds of therapeutic information, topics of interest, as well as receive clinical supervision myself, to help grow my own awareness and  therapeutic practice.

i usually provide 90 minutes sessions for £65, inline with BACP supervision requirements. I can also offer additional 60 minutes sessions for £50 as and when required. My postgraduate clinical supervision qualification is designed to provide a professional private supportive supervisee-led space to explore your clinical case work; such as common issues that may arise during your therapeutic practise; such as ethical considerations, dilemmas, decisions, and challenges around therapeutic relationships, practical queries and concerns. Supervision may include discussing organisational or placement requirements; as well as give time to examine your own thoughts, personal process and therapeutic relationship.

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Lynch Lane, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4

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Additional languages

BSL (British Sign Language)

British Sign Language

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Type of session

In person

I am a fully qualified professional clinical supervisor and am able to offer clinical supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors and therapists