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Ex staff trainer for the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) from 2001 to 2016, facilitating groups and supervising students on an Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapy training.    
I am a  UKCP registered supervisor (Humanistic College) and fulfil the supervision requirements for UKCP candidates. 
I have supervised counsellors and psychotherapists since 1997, individually and in groups, qualified and in training, working with short term or long term clients. My approach is integrative . 
I have both Psychodynamic ( Experience of Jungian psychotherapy) and Humanistic background and am registered as  Integrative/Transpersonal (Humanistic college) 
I like to pay particular attention to unconscious material as manifesting in parallel process and projective identification, and to privilege a relational stance.  Supervises are invited  to pay attention to theirs and their clients body processes, encouraged to work creatively,  to follow their imagination and listen to their intuition.  Supervision through exploration of dreams is available when appropriate. I like to foster supervisees self-development and training and enjoy working with trainees and starters who wish to explore or deepen they can their Transpersonal interest.
A free referral system is in operation for supervisees as and when appropriate.
I currently offer a special rate of £47.50 per session for two sessions monthly, £43 for 4 monthly sessions. One and half hour session Monthly, BACP minimum requirement: £85. I require a commitment of a minimum of one session per month, regardless of the size of the practice and the number of clients. This is to ensure the continuity of the holding aspect of the relationship.
Supervision can take place face to face, on line or on the phone. The use of digital device during the session is discouraged in the consulting room.   Fees are negotiable for small individual practices and charities.

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West Sussex

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages French


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Wheelchair user access

easy parking, near bus stop and train station

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme


Nicole S. Reilly Psychotherapist (UKCP)

Nicole S. Reilly Psychotherapist (UKCP)