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Achim Fritzsche
Supervisor,
DGSv; ESvÜ; DGQ*;
Family therapist

                                            

       

  • Education credentials:

    Supervisor, DGSv.* ; relationship and family therapist; religion, clinical counsellor, diploma in remedial education; behavioural therapy; imagination (KB); creative therapy, dialogue therapy. et.al. Minimum of one continuing education course per year and regular supervision.

  • Work experience:

    Church work, children and youth home, several years in leadership as a guidance counsellor, concentrating on the areas of: therapy and diagnosis, project development, etc. Functions in the work areas Synod member, church board member; part of representative committee; planning, leading and co-ordinating various projects; many years experience in leadership.

  • Concentration areas in work

    Organisation of a hotline (under the guidance of a telephone counsellor) Co-ordination and educational programs for supervisors Estonia "Common Ground" workshops in government administration Communication training Preparation and planning for certification Experience with projects in groups Co-operation in different areas and projects Co-operation and communication training Organisational development in benefit to Profit and NGO Diversity - managing in an employees association Appreciation workshops

  • Activities

    Organisational developer, supervisor, educational supervisor, marriage counsellor, family counsellor, mediator, moderator

  • Co-operation

    Network counsellors work in the co-operation "Der rote Faden" with many different concentration areas, and work specifically with certain assignments. All employees meet the standards of the DGSv.*

    * Member of ....
    Member of DGSv: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Supervision
    Member of ESCÜ: Eesti Supervisiooni ja Coaching Ühing

  • 5 Freedoms

    The freedom to see and hear what is here, instead of what should be, was, or will be.

    The freedom to say what you feel and think, instead of what you should.


    The freedom to feel what you feel, instead of what you ought.


    The freedom to ask for what you want, instead of always waiting for permission.


    The freedom to take risks in your own behalf, instead of choosing to be only "secure" and not rocking the boat.

    (Virginia Satir)