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My supervisory style is first and foremost relational; my aim is to support you from a wholistic approach, which ensures that your clients receive the best possible care and your resilience remains robust. My interpretation of ‘wholistic’ is an environment and relationship which provides compassion, curiosity, nurture, challenge, mutual respect and appropriate humour.

In the words of Michael Carroll (2014) I provide “…listening, recognition, confirmation, challenge and care.”

How I work

I strive to develop supervisory relationships that are collaborative, explorative, supportive, informative, trusting, open and honest. It is important to me that you feeling safe to explore all aspects of your work without fear of judgement.

I view supervision as an opportunity to gain ‘extra-vision’ of your therapeutic work. My supervisory approach is underpinned by Inskipp & Proctor’s model of the functions of supervision; Normative (practising ethically, lawfully), Formative (learning, growing) and Restorative (letting off steam, re-balancing).

I also use Hawkins and Shohet' 7 Eye Process model and work with the unconscious process to explore parallel process, transference and counter-transference that may exist within the triad relationship of therapist, client and supervisor. I provide opportunities to work creatively, using objects and materials to better understand your client’s worldview and enhance the therapeutic work.

I am an experienced, qualified supervisor; I work individually or with groups, privately and for organisations.


My hourly charge is £70 for individual supervision. I offer a discounted rate of £100 for 1.5 hour appointments.

This fee also applies for groups up to 3.

Fees for group supervision with more than 3 supervisees are subject to negotiation.

If you would like further information please contact me for an informal chat.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

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Wheelchair user access


My Counselling and Supervision practice is available from Tuesday to Friday; I offer face to face, online, and Walk & Talk therapy sessions.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Donna Arnold-Jones MBACP (Accredited) Counsellor & Supervisor

Donna Arnold-Jones MBACP (Accredited) Counsellor & Supervisor