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I am a qualified clinical supervisor, offering Supervision to counsellors and anyone in the helping profession. The CPCAB Level 6 qualification has enabled me to learn theoretical approaches to supervision using specifically the 'Seven Eyed Process Model' and 'Developmental Model' and I have been able to demonstrate appropriate competencies in an experiential way by providing clinical supervision to counselling practitioners.  


I am a qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor.  The qualification is a CPCAB Level 5 in Psychotherapeutic Counselling. The main difference between a counsellor and psychotherapeutic counsellor is working at 'relational depth'. Relational depth is a deeper therapeutic connection between client and therapist, and it is at the centre of my counselling work. It also means I have the skills and knowledge to counsel individuals with more complex mental health issues.


I qualified as a counsellor in 2017.  The qualification is a CPCAB Level 4 in Therapeutic Counselling.  I have also passed the BACP's Certificate of Proficiency which is a standardised assessment to demonstrate I have the ability to be a professional counsellor / psychotherapist. 


I completed a 16 week training course to be a Cruse Bereavement Volunteer. I visited people in their homes and offered short term counselling.  Additionally a workshop 'Pluralistic Counselling for Loss and Grief (Complicated losses) and I have undertaken training with The Foundation for Infant Loss.


​As a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) I am committed to completing 30 hours of continuing professional development every year.  My learning especially supports me when counselling clients with more complex mental health issues.

I have completed training/workshops in: Introduction to Existential Therapy; Adult Safeguarding; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion; Working with Anxiety Creatively; Working with the Drama Triangle Creatively; Pesi Single Session Therapy; Working Creatively in the Outdoors; Working with Relational Trauma: Dealing with Disorganised Attachment; Working with bereavement and Complex Grief; Working with Gender Diversity; Introductory Transactional analysis 101 Course - Link Centre; Demystifying Trauma - Understanding and Tools; Working with PTSD and Trauma; Mindfulness in the Counselling Context; Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST); PODS: Trauma and the body; dissociation and somatisation; and ACPO DASH Training.

In light of Covid-19 I have completed a short course in Moving Your Practice Online, and attended weekly Counsellors' Webinars in 'Coronavirus - Considering Responses and Responsibilities' and 'Coronavirus - Considering if I can work with Children and Young People Online'. BACP in partnership with Open University course 'How to do counselling online: a coronavirus primer'

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