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A. Yes. I have a Diploma in Individual and Group supervision for Counsellors, Psychotherapists and those in related professions and I have 9 years experience supervising groups and individuals.
A. Yes, I am an accredited member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) and an accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I am also a member of The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC) and I am registered with Stop It Now (Sexual Offending).
All four organisations require evidence of qualifications and good professional standards and I am bound by their codes of conduct when working as a sex therapist or counsellor. As an accredited member of COSRT and BACP I have had to meet a higher standard and my work is checked on an annual basis. Both organisations provide a complaints procedure should you need it.
For more information on when and where I provide supervision, and how much I charge please see supervision services.
A. Provided you give at least 48 hours notice then there is no charge and I will rearrange the session.
If you give less notice then I reserve the right to charge part or all of the session fee.
A. The charge for a one hour session is £50 with other times charged pro rata.
I offer reduced fees for counsellors or others in training.
A. You can pay by debit card or cash. I prefer not to take cheques.
A. I provide receipts for all payments made.
A. You pay for the session on the day or I am happy to invoice your organisation if you are employed.
A. Yes. I will provide you with a contract for us both to sign which sets out our joint commitment and your rights.
A. I offer an open-ended contract with an annual review but you are free to end at any time.
A. Each session typically lasts one to one and a half hours, but I am happy to discuss alternative timing.
A. This is for you to decide. Typically I see supervisees once a fortnight or once a month.
A. This is for us to agree but I suggest that you aim to mention all your cases from time to time.
This is subject to any requirements from an employer for employed counsellors. As specified in the contract I reserve the right to reveal information to protect a thid party.