Tracey Worrall

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Supervisor • she/her
Integrative approach to trauma and mental health.
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8TX
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

I am still as curious about the world as I was as a child. I am still as fascinated with the diversity and uniqueness of people. I love to explore what the world is like through other people's eyes. To be able to be part of a person’s journey in their world, I need to make sure they feel safe and gain trust so that I can hold space for difficult processing and emotions. I strive for this by showing empathy and being non-judgemental. I will always be genuine and honest in the counselling relationship, what you will experience is the real me. 

The foundation of my practice is Person Centred Counselling. I am proud to use this approach as it embraces individuality and respects individual experiences and perceptions. I work with creative art as this can help with processing emotions in a different way. Some people cannot find the words to use, and this can help to facilitate this. It can help to work with the subconscious to give a different or new insight into us. Creativity can also be used for emotional regulation and emotional release. 

I also like to integrate skills from other models of therapy, such as DBT, CBT & EMDR. I strive to offer an integrated approach and incorporate physical and spiritual elements into practice such as yoga, breathwork, meditation, guided visualisation, and reiki. These approaches are used if guided by the client. 

I am just as passionate about supporting other professionals in their counselling work as I am about my own practice. It inspires me to work with others that have their own unique way of working and genuinely want to offer the best of themselves to their clients. I offer clinical supervision sessions for students and qualified therapists. I work from a person-centred approach using the CHANGE model of supervision (Page and Wosket, 2001).

I understand that everyone has their own unique way of learning and practising. I strive to honour this uniqueness by working in partnership with supervisees to find the best way for them to develop and grow as a practitioner. 

Being neurodivergent, I have previously (in a different career role) struggled with supervisory relationships. Sessions could be too rigid and did not allow any accommodations for my learning style. 

As a supervisor now, I respect the diversity of personal and professional development needs, and I do not believe in a ‘one size fits all approach’.

I have just recently gained my advanced certificate in counselling supervision from Think Therapy in Widnes. 

I offer a free 30-minute face to face or online initial consultation so that you can see if we are a good match for a supervision relationship.

Fees for clinical supervision are:

Qualified Counsellors - 

1 hour £40

90 minutes £60

Student Counsellors-

1 hour £35

90 minutes £50

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Warrington Business Park, Long Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8TX

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Type of session

In person

Offering clinical supervision for qualified therapists and students. 1 hour or 90 minute sessions. Group supervison can be facilitated on request.