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Open Supervision with Dr Alfried Laengle on 29th November, 2021

Updated: Nov 10, 2021

Join us on November the 29th 19.00-20.30 (London time), to experience a FREE supervision session

with Dr. Alfried Laengle

During this supervision session we will be discussing one case study from Alfred's colleague.

This is an excellent opportunity to see the existential approach applied to a real case study.

Why is supervision needed?

When future therapists undergo their training and begin their professional therapy practice, it is essential that qualified therapists supervise them to make sure that they do not put themselves or their clients at risk.

The supervisors help their protégés assess their own performance and deal with challenging situations. The supervisor analyses the client's individual working skills, style and methods.

The supervisor focuses on solving problems that arise in a given session and, if necessary, guides the supervisee in individual therapy.

This event is only for professionals, such as psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists

When: Thursday 29th November, 7pm

Where: Zoom conference online.

Places are limited. Register now!

Register by pressing the button below:

Existential Analysis can be described as a phenomenological and person-oriented psychotherapy, which aims to guide individuals towards leading their life more freely and authentically. It supports them in coming to terms with their own emotions and behaviours, while living more in line with their ‘inner consent’ and with greater freedom and awareness. The main goal of Existential Analysis is to see a person in their core essence, assisting them to find meaning and fulfilment, and to live in harmony with their values.


Psychotherapist, Existential Analyst, Clinical Psychologist, MD, Ph.D. Successor for Viktor Frankl.

Scientific developments in Psychotherapy and Existential Analysis.

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