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I am an experienced Jungian Analyst, Psychotherapist and Supervisor now living in Cornwall. I have been a supervisor, seminar leader and lecturer to analysts and students at the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists and the Guild of Analytical Psychologists. 

I have also been Chairman of the CG Jung Club and worked as a Harley Street Psychotherapist in tandem with a Psychiatrist before a short sojourn in France.
I am now settled in  Cornwall.

I offer one to one Supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors and anyone who is in the mental health field and would find supervision helpful - particularly Transpersonal therapists, Jungian Analysts and Integrative, humanistic, and psychodynamic therapists and counsellors.

Although my  training has been as a Jungian analyst, and I am a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists (IAAP),  I incorporate other ways of seeing the psyche, and am of course much influenced by what I have learned and experienced in the years I have been practicing. I hope to be able to pass on some of what I have learned.

As well as discussing cases, we will talk about transference and counter transference, dreams and other ways of contacting the unconscious mind and positive ways of moving clients forward to a happier, healthier way of being and managing their problems. We will also talk about how you are feeling and coping with difficult or puzzling clients.

I can offer face to face supervision as well as on Skype or over the phone. I would also be happy to arrange group supervision if there was a demand.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access


Week days and early evenings.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults


David Blass PhD. Dip Psych. UKCP

David Blass PhD. Dip Psych. UKCP