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My Supervision practice contains a wide range of therapies from Person Centred to CBT.  With thousands of hours of uninterrupted counselling practice since 2002, I have encountered numerous presenting Issues.  However, every individual is unique and there are always different patterns and processes in their presentation.   

Clients can experience varying interpretation and Impact from events.  Therefore I use my own instinctive awareness, in order to optimise the support for both Client and the Counsellor during their work together. 

I qualified as a Supervisor in 2005.    

I support Counsellors, supporting Clients who are trying to navigate their way through difficult periods in their life. Listening is always paramount in the help we can offer. We must also be alert and use our experience and on-going learning to help clients identify their own desired goals, assisting them find pathways to a healthy, resilient mind-set with regard to their past, present and future.

By exploring Self-limiting beliefs and internal dialogue, then examining linked emotions and resulting behaviours, we can develop together more understanding. We can explore how dysfunctional assumptions may have originated and equally how they could be transformed. Understanding that every emotion has a value, every rational thought and consequential action contributes towards personal freedom and goal achievement.

I have always operated as a freelance Counsellor and Supervisor, from my own premises and within large organisations and Educational establishments, working with Young People Adults, Couples, and families.  

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9 Arrowe Side
CH49 2PB

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Monica Balley, Counsellor

Monica Balley, Counsellor