Supervisor Profile

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Supervision details

I offer supportive clinical supervision to counsellors and those who work in helping professions such as carers, Mental Health Support workers, teachers, and all those who have supporting roles for adults.

Supervision is a key component that supports safe, ethical and competent practice. It helps us all as practitioners stay grounded, boundaries, and mindful of self care. Supervision is a place where you can explore opportunities for professional development. As a Psychotherapist in my own private practice, I truly value my own supervision.

You will find I work compassionately, ethically, with enquiry and challenge. The model of supervision I work with is Hawkins and Shohet 7 Eyed model. My core modality of counselling is Person-Centred, and it will be from this orientation I predominantly work, however I also have experience of Solution Focused Therapy gained from counselling clients via an EAP service.

I offer all enquiries an introductory call before a commitment is made to working together.

You may be searching for a new supervisor or you may wish to top up your supervision. My rate for supervision is £55 for a 1 1/2 hour session.

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441, The Royal Exchange Building, St Ann’s Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M2 7EP

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Wheelchair user access

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I am based in the Royal Exchange Building, St Ann’s Square, Manchester City centre, close to public transport. Access for all clients is currently via the main reception off St Ann’s Square. Take the lift to the 4th floor. Wheelchair friendly access.

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Type of session

In person

I believe supervision is an essential part of being a psychotherapist that enhances our ethical, therapeutic practice which in turn benefits clients