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I have well over 400 hours experience of supervising other counsellors, both students and qualified, over a number of years. My training has come formally through my degree and workshops, and informally through experience, supervising practice and extensive reading.

I work largely with the Innskipp and Proktor model, with the three key functions of restorative (how you are), normative (your client work) and formative (any formal input you might need that arises).

I also have successfully facilitated a number of counsellors in their applications for BACP accreditation, and have extensive experience of supervising student counsellors through their placements.

I am actively working as a counsellor myself, using an integrated model. My particular area of expertise is working creatively and psychodynamically with clients. I have regular supervision and am wholeheartedly committed to the need for both personal and professional development, undertaking personal therapy and attending workshops to facilitate these.

I love facilitating counsellors in their journey with their clients and would be very happy to talk with you if you would like to know more. Please feel free to contact me.


The initial exploratory meeting (45-60 minutes) is free. After that...

Qualified Counsellors

£45 for 50 minutes

£81 for 90 minutes

Students and those working as volunteer counsellors 

£40 for 60 minutes

£60 for 90 minutes.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Tricia Johnson MBACP (Senior Accredited) Counsellor, Supervisor and Trainer

Tricia Johnson MBACP (Senior Accredited) Counsellor, Supervisor and Trainer