Supervisor Profile

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MBACP CPCAB Dip, Counsellor/Supervisor

Supervision details

My supervision qualifications I have been trained by Counselling Tutor to gain a qualification in Advanced Certificate in Clinical Supervision including online and telephone work. This training has been mapped to NCS, BACP supervision competence framework and ACTO- online supervision.  My approach I believe supervision should be supportive and challenging to create counselling growth in a safe environment. I work in the 7 Eyed Model, first created by Peter Hawkins, which provides an integrative framework for all aspects of supervision. This starts with focusing on the client and how they present, followed by exploring strategies and interventions you use. During this time, I will give other strategies to consider including working in a creative way. Focus is also on the important relationship building between you and your client as well as our supervisory relationship. Additionally ensuring that all work is undertaken legally and ethically which leads on to the extra online work to support your understanding of the psychological processes as well as the extra legal and ethical considerations when working online. Fees My fees range between £40 to £75 per session. This depends on a student rate, requirement of time in each session and whether your preference is online or face-to-face.  How to contact me Please contact me by email to arrange a mutually convenient time to arrange either a free short zoom or phone session to see if we are compatible and cover your needs to go forward.   

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9-11 High Beach Road, Loughton, Essex, IG10 4BN

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Type of session

In person

I offer supervision to qualified counsellors and counsellors in training either face-to-face or online.