Tracie Woodman

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Rochester, Kent, ME2 4UL
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Supervision details

I have been practising as a counsellor for over 10 years and as a supervisor for 5 years and have a wide and varied experience. 

I provide supervision for individuals and agencies, working one to one and in groups. 

I am a trauma informed practitioner and aim to provide a supervisory relationship that provides the opportunity for exploration, learning and growth.  We learn best when we feel safe, valued and connected. 

I have particular experience in working with addiction/substance use issues, domestic abuse, Adverse Childhood Experiences and other trauma, LGBT+/GSRD. I am also an experienced group therapist. 

I have 20 years of experience working in the field of Adoption and have completed Adoption Counselling Support Training

I work face to face in Medway and online. 

I offer a free 30 minute call to answer any questions and for you to get a feel if we might be a good fit. 

Supervision fees are £60 per hour 

I do offer some concessionary spaces for counsellors in training on a sliding scale from £44 per hour. 

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Keystone Centre, Gun Lane, Rochester, Kent, ME2 4UL

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Free parking in car park, fully accessible room and toilet facilities.

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Type of session

In person

I am a qualified supervisor, I work with both students and qualified counsellors, individually and in groups.

Tracie Woodman
Tracie Woodman