V2Recovery offers professional, safe and supportive counselling services to individuals, couples and families in person and online. Our core services...
My Services:
A consultative supervisory relationship contributes to your personal and professional development to enhance theoretical knowledge, skills competence and learning, widening the scope of your client work. A skilful facilitator with experience in many modalities of therapy and supervision including mentoring for practitioners working for organisations, in private practice, in training going for accreditation or complaints processes. Support to meet ethical requirements of regular supervision from a suitably qualified professional. This is essential for the maintenance of membership and registration with BACP, UKCP and the Professional Standards Authority. A safe and confidential space to deal with issues of public safety, accountability, responsibility, performance and quality control. Supervision can limit practitioners’ risks of clients’ complaints, litigation and sanctions, therefore, it is essential.
There are different definitions for what supervision entails, and the focus on deciding when it is appropriate and understanding what role the supervisor has can vary – particularly in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. It is wise to take expert advice from the outset before planning your training and supervision as an individual or as an organisation with team members, especially as supervision often has a key part to play in accreditation processes, and also remaining compliant with main registration bodies.
Q: How do you define ‘supervision’ in the context of training? A: Generally supervision is a contractual agreement between practitioners for the purpose of supporting, evaluating and developing professional practice and safety. Q: What does supervision usual involve? A: Supervision is a structured process with clearly defined aims and benchmarks, and the practitioner is able to constructively reflect on your practise. A supervisor maximises the practitioner’s performance through supervision. Central to the process of supervision is primarily the therapeutic relationship between client, counsellor and supervisor.
Q:Where will it take place? A: Supervision may take place in person, via telephone or video conferencing on secure platform. The choice is yours.
Individual Counselling Feel like you’re not fitting in somehow? Need to rebuild self-esteem and find your place in the world? One to one counselling, with me, in person or online may help you find solutions to problems that may seem insurmountable, in a safe and relaxed environment. You can feel confident opening up about your thought and emotions without fear of judgement or criticism. I will listen and guide you with the warmth, patience and kindness you need and deserve.
Couple Counselling I use the word ‘couple’ to describe a trusting relationship that includes intimacy. Couples can experience loss of affection, care, intimacy and closeness in their relationship. I can help you both rediscover each other and  teach you practical ways to respond to each other’s needs, desires and vulnerability, feelings of disappointment, frustration, and insecurity. Our couple’s session will aim to resolve your issues calmly and constructively  to achieve a resolution that is beneficial to both partners. ​Together we can work through your challenges to help make living together – or living apart – work for both of you.
FamilyCounselling I use the word family to describe people of all ages and gender who care about each other that includes parents, children, grandparents, uncles, aunts, friends, neighbours, carers and partners. I can help your family to open up about the challenges they are facing;

  • Respect and clarify each person’s beliefs, views and help them have a better understanding of each other.
  • Talk about each person’s hopes, needs and goals in a way that keeps their important relationships connected. 
  • Guiding family members towards understanding how to communicate in a way that keeps their important relationships connected within a safe, peaceful and supportive atmosphere.
Training, qualifications and experience:

MSc, PG Dip, BA, Cert Supv. Dip Online I am a qualified counsellor with over 20 years experience offering counselling services to couples and families in relationship distress caused by a variety of factors. I am renowned for my professionalism, effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills as well as problem solving skills. Through my psychotherapist skills, I have helped many individuals, couples, families and therapists understand the causes of their relationship challenges and helped guide them to find solutions that best suit their specific situation. I adopt a relational approach with background in Systemic Family Therapy, Humanistic, Psychodynamic, CBT and Solution Orientated method, approach and technique. As an accredited member of the Professional Standards Authority, I work within the BACP and UKCP ethical codes of good practice. This is an accredited register set up by the Government to improve standards and safety of public members accessing counselling services.

Professional memberships:



£60 per session of 60 minutes Payment for each session is to be received prior to the beginning of each session by bank transfer or at the end of a session. Arrangements can be made for block payments in advance, please discuss this with your counsellor.

Terms and Conditions: Late cancellation of less that 24 hours of an appointment will be charged at 50% of the due rate to cover administrative costs except in exceptional circumstances. Your personal data will be processed in line with the General Data Protection Regulations. Your data will be held securely on our systems for up to 7 years, unless requested otherwise. All the details can be found on our website at www.v2recovery.co.uk
Contact Information
Contact Name: Victoria Sharman
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