Counselling & Clinical Supervision in North London
Are you looking for counselling/therapy or supervision in North London? I offer a quiet, calm and confidential space for counselling in Highgate/Muswell Hill, N10.
In counselling, I will support you to explore the feelings, challenges or difficulties you may be struggling with.
I am experienced in working with children, young people and adults, disabled people and those from different cultures and faiths.
For answers to some common questions about counselling, do take a look at my Frequently Asked Questions page (FAQ). This will help answer questions you may have about whether counselling is right for you, how to know if counselling is helping, privacy and data protection, and more.
Here's the formal bit:
Augene Nanning offers individual, face-to-face counselling. This may be open ended (as many sessions as you need) or time limited (set number of sessions as agreed).
Augene Nanning offers counselling in North London. The practice is in Highgate/Muswell Hill (N10) and easily accessible from Highgate, Muswell Hill, Archway, Crouch End and East Finchley. Check out Practice Details for further transport details and for information about fees. If you are looking for counselling/therapy in North London for yourself or someone you know, please get in touch.
Clinical supervisor in North London
In supervision, I work in a collaborative and creative way, supporting counsellors to acknowledge what they do well and to continue to improve and develop their skills and abilities. If you are early in your development as a counsellor, I give a lot of attention to helping you develop your own style of counselling, and support you to explore the model you use.
Here's the formal bit:
Augene Nanning provides confidential, face-to-face, one-to-one and group supervision in North London to counsellors who subscribe to a variety of different models, who are at different stages of their counselling development (trainees, newly accredited, experienced) and who work with different age groups (children, young people or adults).
Augene Nanning offers supervision in North London from her practice in Highgate/Muswell Hill (N10). The Muswell Hill practice is easily accessible from Highgate, Muswell Hill, Archway, Crouch End and East Finchley. Check out Practice Details for further transport details and for information about fees. If you want professional support as a counsellor, please get in touch.
Augene's counselling/supervision practice in Highgate/Muswell Hill N10 is in easy reach of Highgate, Muswell Hill, Crouch End, Archway and East Finchley.
There are a few steps at the Highgate/Muswell Hill counselling/supervision practice. However, a wheelchair accessible room can be arranged for counselling/supervision in Muswell Hill.
There is parking at Highgate/Muswell Hill counselling/supervision practice.
Diploma in Integrative Supervision (Minster Centre, 2013)
Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling (University of East Anglia, 2000)
As a qualified accredited counsellor and a qualified supervisor, Augene Nanning is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and subscribes to and abide by the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice.
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