Supervisor Profile

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BSc, MSc, MBACP (Accred)

Supervision details

I'm a fully qualified Supervisor, where I gained my Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision from The Manchester Institute for Psychotherapy working using the Seven-eyed supervision model. I'm willing to supervise qualified and trainee counsellors, but I also take enquiries from other sectors that require supervision.  I charge: 60 minutes: £35,  90 minutes: £40, 120 minutes: £45.  For counselling students, I charge £25 per hour. Special rates apply to emergency services personnel  The way I work: I work with the Seven-eyed supervision model. which means Demonstrating a healthy supervisory relationship, with clear and gentle feedback.  I write fair and collaborative with my supervise's.   I regularly have reviews on how the supervisions is going, so supervise's can bring any concerns they have. I can be contacted between sessions should you need emergency contact, you can email/telephone/text and I will endeavour to respond asap. I work online, telephone and I see supervise's face to face. 

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Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6

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Type of session

In person

I'm a qualified Supervisor, working using the Seven-eyed model. I work with trainees and qualified professionals from counselling and other sectors.

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