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MBACP Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

Supervision details

I am currently undertaking further training to become a UKCP accredited supervisor and am now able to offer supervision.  My model of supervision is integrative, drawing on a neurophysiological informed relational developmental model. My position is relational and therefore I am interested in attending to not only the process that emerges between therapist and client but also the parallel relational processes between supervisee and supervisor.  As an experienced practitioner and trainer I am  able to offer supervision for adults client work as well a children, young people and families. I also work in higher education as a lecturer in child, counselling and forensic psychology so am able to offer integrated academic supervision.  I have availability for both individual supervision and within a supervision group that will begin in October.  My fees are £60 per session. 

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NESTT, 91 Market Street, Pocklington, York, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO42 2AE

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I am currently undertaking further training to become a UKCP accredited supervisor and am now able to offer supervision.