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Alistair Newton Verified Professional Verified Professional
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MBACP (Accred)

Supervision details

I have over two years experience in supporting and supervising counsellors in the NHS and in the charity sector. I offer group and individual  supervision for  counsellors, coaches, and all therapists. My ethos is simple and applies to all of my therapeutic work, training and coaching: my work is based on a deep respect for the person I am working with, alongside a commitment to empowering individuals to explore their own meanings and making their own choices. I particularly emphasise the importance of  connection and creativity in all of my work. My framework is pluralistic, my training is integrative, and my ethics are humanistic – prioritising respect, creativity and collaboration in all therapeutic endeavours. My primary training is in person centred.. Additional training includes – Supervision; Autism and Learning Disabilities; Life Coaching and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. I draw on my original training in person-centred counselling, as well as experiences of working in the fields of attachment, bereavement and trauma. I aim to forge a strong working alliance with each supervisee. and co-create a supervisory relationship that facilitates learning and growth, and enables the supervisee to be supported and challenged in their work. I am very happy to work with pairs of practitioners to enhance the supervisory experience with peer discussion and co-learning, and also offer group supervision. My rate is £40 per hour. This can done face to face or remotely.  Please get in touch for more details. 

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2 Martello Street, London, E8

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Additional languages

Scots

Online platforms

Skype
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Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

I offer group and individual supervision. I am currently working as a group supervisor at Mind in City, Hackney and Waltham Forest.

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