If you are training in counselling psychology...
I think I can say from experience that counselling psychology trainings involve many tasks and relationships, and can be, in a word, challenging.
Alongside practice, academic and research requirements, you will need draw on many resources and reflective spaces, to attend regular personal therapy, and perhaps to find an external clinical supervisor. With respect to finding a therapist or supervisor, do check carefully with your training programme what its requirements are, as these can vary by institution and over time.
I hold a small number of daytime slots for trainee therapy or supervision. I have been qualified as a counselling psychologist since 2015, and am a member of the BPS register of applied psychology supervisors (RAPPS).
I can occasionally offer external research supervision, which might include consultancy appointments, proof-reading, critique, or viva practice. I offer this either independently or via London Counselling Psychologists here. I keep a record of my research work here.
My fee is £60 for 50 minutes. Other fees for research supervisory work are available on request. Please feel free to contact me.