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I trained in Supervision with Jenny Biancardi Consultancy, and I have also co-facilitated supervision training courses with Jenny Biancardi.  I have 10 years experience of supervising counsellors from a range of modalities, from beginning trainees to qualified and experienced therapists, working in NHS and voluntary sector services as well as private practice.  My particular areas of specialism are supervising therapists working with survivors of sexual abuse and violence, bereavement and therapists working in the HE sector.

I love supervising, and feel privileged and inspired to hear about the work of other therapists I meet in this way.

My approach to supervision grows out of my person-centred counselling practice, and I integrate my knowledge and experience of other modalities as appropriate to each therapist.  I offer a collaborative, safe and creative relationship in which you can explore your client work and professional development.  I will work with you to agree and review what you want from supervision.  Depending on your modality and experience, I can help you to link theory with practice, suggest techniques or interventions as appropriate, or just be that second pair of eyes and ears to bring a fresh perspective to your client work. 

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Newcastle Upon Tyne

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Honey Summers MBACP (Accred)

Honey Summers MBACP (Accred)