Recommendations

Read what Practitioners and Professionals have to say about Julie

  • “Julie is a first class professional who is a pleasure to do business with. She blends consummate skill with obvious emotional intelligence and innate compassion to provide highly effective interventions for her clients. She maintains a high level of current awareness of both professional and socio-cultural issues to inform both her business and professional worlds.

    Julie’s greatest offering may be the unswerving passion for empowering people through her work. This is an enduring value reflecting in everything she does, very much “walking the talk” in an authentic way. As a valued colleague I can only offer the very highest recommendation to anyone considering using her services. She’s a seriously nice person to boot!”

    David Cliff – Gedanken


  • “I can highly recommend Julie Twist in her work as a Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer. She is experienced in all three areas and maintains highly professional work ethic.”

    Christine McIntyre – Psychotherapist


  • “Since I began working with Julie as my external Supervisor I feel as though I have grown as a practitioner, I have been challenged and also been given the time and space to reflect on the counselling I do.

    I feel confident in bringing any issue into supervision knowing that I am going to be supported and all avenues of practice are explored within an environment that is conducive to continuing personal and professional development. I would have no hesitation recommending Julie.”

    Ashley Thurlow – Counsellor


  • “Julie helped me through the transition from my previous much valued supervisor of 16 years with kindness and sensitivity. I settled immediately to Julie’s warm, friendly, yet challenging and extremely knowledgeable delivery.

    Julie has great skill in creating a safe a held environment in which to work through any complicated situations I may bring, empowering me to explore not only my client’s issues, but also my own insights and perceptions.”

    Fiona Smith – Counsellor