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Sophie Rogers

MA, BA, Dance Movement Psychotherapist & Trainee supervisor
Nr Scarborough YO12 & Scarborough YO11
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I have eleven years of experience working psychotherapeutically across the human life span with people from diverse backgrounds across the UK and abroad.

My areas of most experience includes children and young people. I also work with adults struggling with relationships and mental health. In the past with older adults, people with disabilities, cognitive impairments and neurodiverstiy, such as Autism and Dementia.

My practice is rooted in working with body, creativity and client led. Relationally, transpersonal, integrative.

I have and still do work within organisations and freelance delivering short, medium and long term interventions.

I have regular clinical supervision to support my supervisory practice.

I can offer video/phone sessions as well as socially distanced sessions.

​Currently completing Diploma level supervision training with SCPTI Scarborough Counselling Psychotherapy Training Institute - September 2020 - June 2021

As a trainee supervisor I am offering low rate sessions.

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Nr Scarborough
N. Yorkshire

North Yorkshire

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

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Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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I work from a village hall, which is large and clean. There is free parking.

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Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I am drawn to supervise as I believe strongly that we need to look after our carers. I have eleven years of experience working psychotherapeutically.


Sophie Rogers

Sophie Rogers