Helen Graham

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Supervisor • she/her
Available for new clients
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North Shields NE29 & Ashington NE63
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

Supervision details

I am a warm, friendly and down to earth person who is able to offer a safe and confidential supervision space where you will feel supported, encouraged and enabled. I strive to be the kind of supervisor who is without judgement and will be there for you, not only when things are going well, but when things are tough. Being a counsellor can be challenging; especially because our personal lives run alongside.  My supervision sessions have both the client and my supervisee at the heart of the work we do together. I see supervision as two professionals together; I see your clients through your work with them. 

I had been a qualified counsellor for five years before deciding to embark on supervision training . Having originally trained in Person Centred Counselling I see myself as Integrative in practice. I have experience in working therapeutically with children 5 years through to adults in their 80s.  I continue to work with clients and split my time equally between being a supervisor and a therapist in my own private practice. 

In terms of supervision, I use the Seven Eyed Model. I offer a free initial telephone call if you have further questions or just want to find out whether I am right for you.

I normally charge £60 for 90 mins supervision (online) or £70 for 90 mins face to face (includes cost of room hire). I offer both evening and weekend supervision sessions. In addition, I will make time between formal supervision sessions, if you need additional support in your client work. 

I have experience of working with both qualified and trainee counsellors.

Thank you for reading my profile. Warmest wishes for your journey ahead. Helen 

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Amron House, Borough Road, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE29 6RN

Cygnus Support, 1 Council Road, Ashington, Northumberland, NE63 8RZ

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I strive to be inclusive as I can be and therefore offer home visits for those clients who struggle to leave their homes due to mobility issues or if travelling to an appointment is too difficult.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

I offer a safe and confidential supervision space where you will feel supported, encouraged and enabled.