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I have over 40 years experience as a counsellor, 35 years experience as a supervisor and 25 years experience as a counsellor trainer including the role of Director of the Centre for Studies in Counselling at Durham University.  My practice as a supervisor reflects my continuing pursuit of an integrative approach to therapy on a foundation of person centred principles and my supervisees  range from established practitioners to students, including those requiring support as they work towards BACP accreditation.

Supervision exists primarily to safeguard our clients but it is also a major resource for our growth and support as counsellors and to these ends I have always found the Hawkins/Shohet model of supervision a useful conceptual framework on which to base my practice.

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Waltham On The Wolds
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire
LE14

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Older adults
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Wheelchair user access

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Supervision

I have over 40 years experience as a counsellor, 35 years experience as a supervisor and 25 years experience as a counsellor trainer including the role of Director of the Centre for Studies in Counselling at Durham University.

Peter Cook

Peter Cook