Counselling Supervision Exeter
If you are a counsellor or psychotherapist in the Exeter area looking for counselling supervision then PAC Exeter offers supervision services. Our supervisors have a depth and breadth of experience across different therapeutic modalities.
Sharon Kirby – Offers supervision to trainee and experienced counsellors and psychotherapists. Drawing on her extensive experience and training she brings an integrative and relational approach to her work as a supervisor. Sharon considers supervision to be an interactive and collaborative process, providing space for reflection and learning, with the aim of supporting the counsellor’s client work and also their professional development. Sharon has have completed a diploma training in Professional Supervision with Ken Rabone at the Safe Space for Counselling, accredited by the National Counselling Society. Please contact Sharon if you would like to discuss the possibility of working together.
Barbara Matheson – Barbara’s main approach is person centred although she is experienced at working with, and supporting counsellors from other modalities. Barbara had significant experience of supporting student and trainee counsellors in Edinburgh before relocating to Exeter. Barbara offers a free half an hour meeting, either face to face or by Skype to help you decide if she is the right supervisor for you.
John Paradise – John is a Certified Transactionsal Analyst (TA) psychotherapist working with a relation focus on his work. Holding an advanced diploma in supervision, John offers counselling supervision in Exeter to counsellors and other professionals in caring professions, teaching and business professionals. Working within, though not exclusively, a relational TA framework. John is a clinical hypnotherapist and hypnotherapy supervisor and a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner. John is comfortable working with counsellors from different theoretical approaches.
Contact John Paradise for a discussion about your own supervision requirements and expectations.