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I have been an Accredited Supervisor (Individuals) since 2001. I'm passionate about the supervisory space enabling professionals to reach their best performance. I supervise counsellors in private practice, in secondary, further and higher education, and in the voluntary sector.

How do I work in supervision? By drawing on the breadth and depth of my experience, as a counsellor/therapist, life coach, and teacher, to build a learning environment with you and within the BACP Ethical Framework.

After my psychology degree (1970 - 1973) my therapy journey began with 10 years in psychodynamic (Jungian) therapy, including Jungian training for 3 years ('79-'82). I've since studied, trained and been supervised in the Person Centered approach, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Mindfulness.

I use my experience to help you integrate your experience to meet the client in the moment, with integrity and openness, so that the 'I-Thou' encounter does its transformational work.

Recommendation: "Klaus helped me to gain confidence in my own skills as a therapist, by using the supervisory relationship to explore how I could draw upon all aspects of my previous counselling/therapy trainings. I cannot recommend him highly enough as a knowledgeable and experienced counsellor and supervisor." JM

Please take a look at my website for more about how I work (link above).

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Klaus Heinrich, Reg. MBACP (Snr Accred)

Klaus Heinrich, Reg. MBACP (Snr Accred)