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Counsellor MBACP (Accred)

Supervision details

I trained as a supervisor at Metanoia Institute, London in 2008, and since then have provided clinical supervision to counsellors and non-counsellors, working with organisations, individuals and groups. I work with both experienced practitioners and trainees, enjoying all aspects of supervision. I seek to support teams, counsellors and professionals to explore their approaches to working with people, and to become their own best supporter and critic, allowing for developing an inner strength to challenge and support themselves. I work with short and long term contracts, with key areas of experience including: a person-centred approach, Motivational Interviewing, sexual health, people seeking asylum and refugees, trans-cultural working, working with interpreters, homelessness and housing. I offer a half hour initial meeting at £25, and charge £50 per hour (£75 for 1.5 hours) after that.

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Eighty Eight Rodney Street Ltd, 88 Rodney Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9AR

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Type of session

In person

I completed my supervisor training with Metanoia in 2008, and have supervised both students and experienced counsellors and therapists.