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I am a qualified Supervisor with a Diploma in Individual and Group Supervision and a Diploma in Casework Supervision through Cascade Training Associates.

I am currently Clinical Supervisor to the Counselling Service at City Lit, the adult education college in central London, and also a supervisor in private practice.

My previous experience as a supervisor includes:

* Supervising placement counsellors for the Counselling Service at the University of Greenwich

* Supervisor at Canterbury Christ Church University for the counselling placement scheme

* Clinical Supervisor at Mind in Croydon

* Supervisor at the Psychosynthesis & Education Trust working with students on the University of East London validated postgraduate counselling programme

* Supervisor at the West London Centre for Counselling

* Supervisor at Cruse Bereavement Care in Eastbourne

My approach is based on working from an integrative perspective. I have supervised the work of counsellors from a range of theoretical models - e.g. humanistic, integrative, person-centred, psychosynthesis, gestalt and psychodynamic.

My counselling experience is based around a large private practice working with clients of all ages and sexual orientation, and from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. I have worked too as a telephone counsellor for AXA ICAS, one of the largest providers of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) in the UK. In addition, I have been a Study Tutor at the Psychosynthesis & Education Trust in London where I have run group and individual tutorials.

As a BACP accredited counsellor (MBACP Accred), I adhere to the BACP’s Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.

I am based in Westerham, near Sevenoaks, in Kent. Telephone and online supervision is also available.

I charge £60 per hour. 
Some lower cost places may be available - please call me for further details.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
Rob Brown - BACP accredited

Rob Brown - BACP accredited