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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Louise is an Accredited Supervisor for Counsellors and Psychotherapists.

Supervision is a requirement for all accredited counsellors as well as those working towards accreditation. Louise also trains, supervises and works with students as part of their training in counselling, psychotherapy and other therapy training models.

What is clinical supervision?

Clinical supervision is a formal space provided for therapists to meet with a qualified supervisor to to talk about, reflect on and explore their work, as well as their on-going professional development. Today, supervision is an integral part of counselling both, during training and throughout the professional career of a counsellor. The primary purpose of supervision is to protect the best interests of the client (Hawkins and Shohet 1987). It is a requirement for most of the accreditation bodies representing counsellors and psychotherapists. Please see the requirement for the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (IACP).

Qualifications

Vital Conexions Vital connections Relationship Builders Middlesex University ICHAS college
Dip in Christian counselling (Year: 2005) Post traumatic stress debriefing Adventures in Intimacy BSc in counselling and Psychotherapy (Hons) M.A. CBT

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