Eve Menezes Cunningham

Location of practice: Witham, Essex. Worldwide via telephone and online.
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Tel: 07584 354963
Website: www.feelbettereveryday.co.uk

 

Experience/Qualifications including CSTD courses:
In 2016, I added integrative clinical supervision to my practice (feelbettereveryday ~ self-care for embodied wellbeing).

I love helping integrative and psychosynthesis counsellors, life coaches, integrative coach-therapists and other multi-skilled therapists reflect on their practices so they can work more effectively, ethically, safely and enjoyably. Based in Witham, Essex, I also work via phone and online.

I have really enjoyed my supervision training with CSTD. The holistic 7 Eyed Model Joan and Robin taught us enhanced my existing mind, body, heart and soul approach. It has deepened my supervision and overall practice.

Having completed the CORE, Therapeutic, Group and Advanced supervision modules in 2016, I am working towards overall certification, offering low cost supervision as I do this.

I qualified as a life coach in 2004 and have a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling (PET and UEL, 2012, registered MBACP (Accred.)). I also have a Post Graduate Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Coaching (UEL, 2014 - one of the first group in the UK to be qualified to post-graduate level as an integrative coach-therapist).

I integrate other therapies I am qualified and experienced in as appropriate. These include yoga therapy (The Minded Institute, 2012, registered with Yoga Alliance Professionals UK), mindfulness, NLP (Master Practitioner, INLPTA and ANLP registered, 2008) and EFT (certified and accredited Advanced EFT Practitioner, AAMET).

A freelance psychology, health and wellbeing writer (www.evemenezescunningham.co.uk) since 2004, I contribute advice, columns and features for a wide range of national, specialist and international print and online titles.

My first book, 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care for Embodied Wellbeing will be out this May.

I've served on the British Association for the Counselling Professions' (BACP)Coaching Executive since 2014, initially as Specialist for Communications and, now, as Chair.

Why they are offering this service:
I found it hard to find an integrative clinical supervisor for my whole practice. Through my work over the years serving on BACP’s Coaching Executive (as Chair since January 2017), the need for supervision for coaching as well as counselling comes up a lot.

I love being able to offer a space in which supervisees can reflect on not just their counselling work or even just coach-therapy work but where they can bring all of who they are as well as all of their clients.

What supervision you have in place for your supervision:
Separate monthly supervisor's supervision

Anything else you would like to be known about your work:
My integrative, holistic and transpersonal approach reflects my core training in psychosynthesis and my wider practice. I consider supervision to be an essential element of self-care for practitioners. I offer a reflective space as well as a wide range of models and tools to be used if and when appropriate.

You can find out more about integrative clinical supervision and more at www.feelbettereveryday.co.uk

I look forward to hearing from you if you have any questions or would like to talk to me.