Augene Nanning MBACP (Accred) Counselling and Supervision in Muswell Hill, North London

About Supervision. Augene 200

I am a qualified and experienced supervisor working in Muswell Hill, North London N10.

I provide confidential, face-to-face, one-to-one and group supervision 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 and adults). Trained in integrative supervision (Minster Centre), I am person-centred in practice, with a strong dose of creativity and some influence from a psychodynamic approach.

In supervision, I work in a collaborative and creative way, supporting counsellors to improve and develop their skills and abilities within their therapeutic relationship with their clients. I believe that we all learn by example, and aim to create a welcoming, non-judgmental and confidential space. As your supervisor, I hope you will feel respected, safe and confident to bring all manner of issues about your counselling work, including challenges, concerns and positive moments, to our sessions.

"Thank you for being such a wonderful supervisor, for your warmth, support, inspiration and wisdom. It really was a pleasure learning from you. I would come out from our supervision glowing, feeling so luck that I had found you and to have you as my supervisor… You really are a wonderful teacher and an inspiring person and I'm grateful I was able to learn from you."

Supervision can be both exciting and challenging as you consider your client and your own work from different perspectives. I will support you to gain greater insight into your clients' lives as you explore and reflect on your counselling style and relationship with your client.

"Supervision with Augene is like deep sea diving, before with my previous supervisor it was like snorkeling."


Diploma in Integrative Supervision (Minster Centre, 2013)
Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling (University of East Anglia, 2000)

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