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Ad Dip PC /Cert Hyp CS

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My background I am a qualified social worker working with children and families for 17 in Safeguarding I currently work with foster carers, training and supporting them to look after their young people under a trauma-informed approach. 

I  work as an integrative person-centred counsellor. I am also under the psychodynamic modality and I am trauma-informed. I have a working awareness of CBT    

I trained in 2019 and obtained a counselling level five diploma in psychotherapeutic counselling,  where I set up my private practice and so I have an understanding of the process required to set up a private business. I am currently working  towards  obtaining my 20 hours of supervision  for my   supervision qualification 

I  work with clients affected by racial trauma, and also working with clients affected by stress and anxiety, I also undertake couples counselling. I currently work with several EAPs and I also work with a community-based organisation whose client group is from aged 14 years to 25 years. I also work on an online chat forum working with people affected by grief and loss. 

I would describe myself as friendly, professional, reflective open and honest  I would be able to   work  alongside  you as a supervisor and I hope that we can work comfortably together to develop a positive  therapeutic relationship     

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Redditch, Worcestershire, B98

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The building has a ground floor and lower floor and upper floor access which each floor is accessible via a lift

Online platforms

Zoom

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

I am a National Counselling Society accredited counsellor and supervisor with additional specialist training supervision online and face to face

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