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Alison Collis - MSc. BSc. PG Dip TA MBACP

Nottingham, NG7 1AY 07928 041680 07928 041680
Nottingham, NG7 1AY
07928 041680 07928 041680

Alison Collis PG Dip TA, MSc. BSc. CSAccred. (ACC)

I provide individual and group supervision in Nottingham, online and by phone.

I have an SDS Accreditation in Clinical Supervision Level 2 from the British Psychological Society. Experience of providing supervision to practitioners in private practice, the voluntary sector and the NHS. I work with trainee and qualified counsellors & therapists from a range of modalities and disciplines.

I work collaboratively with my supervisees, supporting their professional growth & development and maintaining the standards of the BACP Ethical Framework. 

Structure of Supervision: Before we begin supervision, we agree the scope of our work and sign a written agreement that reflects this. At the beginning of each supervision session we make a verbal session contract and close the session with a brief evaluation. 

Focus of Supervision: The primary focus of supervision is to be supportive to the Supervisee, ensure they're working safely and to develop their professional competence. It may optionally include quality control. We balance the 3 areas of support, learning and accountability.

Models of Supervision: I use an integrative approach but draw on Proctor’s 3 Function Interactive Model and Stoltenberg and Delworth Integrated Developmental Model.

Fees:

  • Exploratory call: Free
  • Individual: £50 for a 50 minute session, £75 for 90 minute session 
  • Group: Derived from the above pricing but dependent on number of people in the group.

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4 Cavendish Crescent North
The Park
Nottingham
NG7 1AY

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Alison Collis  -  MSc. BSc. PG Dip TA MBACP

Alison Collis - MSc. BSc. PG Dip TA MBACP

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