Welcome to my Supervision profile: Some quick questions for you: Are you looking for an integrative approach to supervision?Are you stuck and need someone to help you with a tricky client? Do you need help finding a work / life balance? Has the most recent case left you with a need to process excess thoughts and feelings?Or are you looking for a supervisor?If so, I might be able to help. About me: My name is Brian Turner. I am fully qualified and insured counselling and hypnotherapy supervisor. I hold a diploma in supervision from the Open College which i gained a Distinction. I am also an accredited member of the National hypnotherapy Society (BT00X820) and the National Counselling Society (NCS13-00492); I am also a professional therapeutic trainer. I work in the private practice in the West Yorkshire area, I have a wide and varied practice and my specialities are: integrative therapies, anxiety, depression, trauma and suicidal ideation and behaviours. How I work: I work as a supervisor on a one-to-one basis and I can either see you face-to-face in my practice, or offer telephone / online supervision. I utilise many different models of supervision to tailor make supervision that is appropriate for the supervisee, whilst doing all that is necessary to meet professional standards. The areas that I focus on are: CPD and client work: We will spend some time focusing upon how you work with clients, and any issues that you may have with your ongoing clients and also look at how we can improve your knowledge base so that you can blossom in your chosen area of practice. Accountability: The legal and ethical aspects of supervision, making sure that we are practising in accordance with our code of practice, and also being accountable to ourselves: making sure that we are taking the necessary self-care to ensure that we are practising as the best we can be. Support: To offer you encouragement and support, as being a therapist is an incredibly lonely business and sometimes we all need that support. I always seem to be very encouraging, proactive with my support, so if we do encounter a problem we find a solution, and a plan of action to ensure that your worry is minimised and your potential maximised. Fees and frequency of sessions: · I charge £60 per hour for a fully qualified counsellor (1.5 hour of supervision = £60) · For trainees I charge £40 per session (1hr) (£60 for 1.5 hours) · The frequency of sessions depends upon the number of clients that you have, and the requirements of your professional body. · Any reports that need to be produced will be charged at £30 per report. Contact If you’re interested, or would like to ask further questions on what you’ve read, I can be contacted on: Phone: 07743300894 Email: email@example.com
The General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR)
Hypnotherapists may become members of the General Hypnotherapy Register if they satisfy certain criteria with regard to both training and ongoing requirements as determined from time to time by the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (GHSC).
Members are either registered at Practitioner status (which confirms that the GHR acknowledges their qualification to practice), or Affiliate status. Although Affiliate level registrants will have completed a sufficient number of training hours to equip them to commence seeing clients on a limited basis, the GHR does not acknowledge them to have yet been trained to full practitioner level.
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National Hypnotherapy Society (Hypnotherapy Society)
The National Hypnotherapy Society is a Learned Society whose primary purpose is the advancement of the knowledge of hypnotherapy and the fostering of professional hypnotherapy expertise through training, accreditation and continued professional development of their members. The Society seeks to contribute to public wellbeing both through the use of hypnotherapy and by ensuring that hypnotherapists are safe, competent and ethical in practice.
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Accredited Register Scheme
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