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Good supervision is crucial in our line of work. Generally speaking, the less experienced the counsellor, the more experienced their supervisor should be. 

I've been in the counselling profession for over 20 years and a Supervisor for 12.  I work eclectically, using many approaches including psychodynamic and person-centred.

One of my specialities is helping supervisees set up in PP. I can help you register as self employed, show you where and how to advertise, help you build your profile, select a logo, design business cards and flyers and offer website advice. I can also show you how to attract and keep clients, do book keeping, help you go paperless, obtain CPD, get an accountant, room advice and more.

Why not take advantage of my FREE 30 minute introduction session either face to face or via video conferencing so you can see how we work together? (Currently only virtual until the pandemic is over).

I also provide supervision to other supervisors and people in emotionally, challenging jobs and a networking group on the last Wednesday of the month. Please ask for details. 

I offer reduced rates for trainees on low income. 

Group supervision also available on the last Friday of every month at 10 am for 1.5 hours. Please contact me to be added to the group. The cost is £25 per session. 

I've always been in private practice and also work with a few health care companies. 

Recent review:

Gillian Marchant. Letchworth Garden City, 19 Jul 2016. I have worked with Angie for over 4 years, for clinical supervision. I have found her supportive and encouraging, whilst being up to date with new information, especially around social media and electronic communication. The only reason I have stopped seeing Angie is because I have moved out of the area.

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Essendon
Hatfield
AL9

Welwyn Garden City
Hertfordshire
AL8

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Angie Lozanova Pg.Dip.MBACP(Accred) UKRCP. Psychotherapist/Cllr/Sprvr

Angie Lozanova Pg.Dip.MBACP(Accred) UKRCP. Psychotherapist/Cllr/Sprvr