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Now I have my Post Graduate Supervision Certificate I am open for supervisees from the therapeutic and non therapeutic environments and, if there is any interest, I would like to develop a small supervision group - from four up to six for online supervision - as I am not as experienced in the supervision area, I am offering a period of discounted fees (33% reduction) for both individual and group supervision, for each of the first six sessions.

If you are interested, please email me and let me know if you would prefer one to one supervision or group supervision (or both) and if you require 60 minutes or 90 minutes (or if group, up to 120 minutes) monthly. 

I am offering six individual sessions discounted down to £30 per hour each (£45 per hour if for 90 minutes) and six group sessions discounted down to £10 per attendee if for one hour or £15 per attendee if for 90 minutes or £20 if for 120 minutes (length of time will be determined by the majority prior to starting).

I am an experienced integrative counsellor and I work with individuals, young people (11+) and relationships / couples 

I am experienced working with groups - Separated Parents Information Programme and now Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse for many years, most of these attendees do not want to be there at first, so it has been challenging in one way I hope will not happen with group supervision!

Please contact me to discussion / check if we are a good fit - no obligation

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Norton Cross

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My counselling room is up one flight of stairs but I can usually offer an alternative venue or, how about telephone or online counselling options? Contact me and let me know what the issue is and we'll search for a solution to suit your requirements

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Larraine Cox, 1 To 1 Counselling, Registered MBACP, Accred Reg NCS, Supervisor

Larraine Cox, 1 To 1 Counselling, Registered MBACP, Accred Reg NCS, Supervisor