Pretish Raja-Helm

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London, N12 9EH
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Supervision details

I have been supervising qualified and trainee therapists as part of the Aashna + service since 2019 and I have continued my training at the Minster Centre (London) to develop my skills as a supervisor.

My approach embodies the queer, cultural, intersectional, spiritual and relational ways of working: acknowledging we are all part of a rich intersubjective field and that all relationships are co-created. My work supports the development of supervisee in a holistic manner.

My fee is £85/ therapeutic hour (50 minutes), however, I do offer a sliding scale based on your affordance and these will vary if you are seeking group supervision.

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Aashna Counselling & Psychotherapy, 1 Castle Mews, London, N12 9EH

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Additional languages

Gujarati

Online platforms

Whatsapp
Zoom

Type of session

In person

Relational Supervisor ( 1-2-1 and groups) -Passionate about working with therapists who have a strong sense of social justice with their practice.

Pretish Raja-Helm
Pretish Raja-Helm