I offer Transactional Analysis, CBT, Mindfulness, Coaching and Equine Animal Assisted Therapy and Walk & Talk.

Alternatively you may choose to have your sessions via telephone, WhatsApp, or Zoom in a place where you feel most comfortable and won't be interrupted.

My private counselling and supervision practice is in Huddersfield West Yorkshire with onsite parking.  I work from a dedicated consulting room which is accessible, private and comfortable.

I offer individual and group supervision using a collaborative partnership where both parties seek to give the best possible service to the client.  This includes: Working with ethical competence - Emotional restoration - Appropriate training, professional development and being aware of personal development needs. As a Supervisor I aim to: Create a supportive and safe environment and to monitor the standards of practice of the supervisee - Be transparent and honest with feedback, in an encouraging and affirming manner - Be developmental in providing insight, sharing new ways of thinking, direction and reflections on our practise. 

I gained my :-

Diploma in Casework Supervision 2008 Huddersfield

Diploma in the supervision of the Therapeutic Practitioner 2008 

Fees: £55 per hour. 

Check out my website for further information: www.cloudscounselling.co.uk

Email:  juliahall@cloudscounselling.co.uk

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West Yorkshire

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Ground floor only, by arrangement

Online platforms


Type of session

In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I have a Dip. Counselling Supervision - offering supervision to qualified therapists, those working towards MBACP accreditation, and those in training