About Bucks Adlerian Training

BAT offers a 2 year training course in Adlerian Counselling Skills & Practice, with the opportunity to convert this into a Diploma in Adlerian Counselling Skills & Practice. The weekly evening tutorials are held in Oxford and Buckingham, and the weekend workshops in Buckingham. Training is predominantly experiential, and tutorial groups are small. There is a high level of tutor support in each year group.


Bruce Greenhalgh

Bruce Greenhalgh has worked in a professional capacity in the Employee Assistance field since 1984 and currently is Head of Employee Assistance for a large consultancy firm managing Employee Assistance Programmes for corporate clients.

He has an MA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from Regents College and is an Accredited Counsellor with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

He has a diploma in Adlerian Counselling, is an ASIIP trained supervisor and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Jill Reynolds

Jill Reynolds qualified with a diploma in Adlerian Counselling in 1999 and became an ASIIP trained supervisor and Accredited Adlerian counsellor in 2007.

Having completed a two-year apprenticeship under the guidance of Lilian Beattie in Aylesbury in 2000, she took on the post of year tutor.

Currently, she is the administrator and a tutor with Bucks Adlerian Counselling Training. She has an Open University degree in Psychology and has post-graduate adult education teaching qualifications.

She has a private counselling and supervision practice in Buckingham, and is a member of The Adlerian Society and Institute for Individual Psychology (ASIIP), The British Psychological Society, The British Association for Counselling & Psychogherapy and the Institute for Learning.

She is an ASIIP Council member and is on the Training Committee. She is also a Trustee with the Adlerian Sanctuary Trust and is on the organising committee of Adlerian Summerschools.

Nina Bell

Nina Bell holds a diploma in Adlerian Counselling.

She started her working life a teacher in secondary education and also has many years’ experience of teaching adults.

Since 2003 she has worked in various social care settings and is currently working for Buckinghamshire County Council Children and Family Services as a support worker helping adopted and fostered children with life story work.

Nina’s particular interest in families and parenting sparked her desire to study Adlerian Psychology. She has had a volunteer placement as a trainee counsellor for a youth charity in Milton Keynes for the last two years.