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Keith Chinnock



Keith Chinnock

BA (Hons), MSc (Psychotherapy)


E-mail: keith.chinnock@metanoia.ac.uk

Tel: 0208 579 2505



Keith Chinnock - BA (Hons), MSc (Psychotherapy), Certified Transactional Analyst, Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, BACP Senior Accredited Supervisor (Individuals & Groups), Qualified Teacher.

Keith is based in Monmouthshire, Wales and works as a counsellor and psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. He originally trained in community theatre and then worked as a teacher, manager and behaviour support worker in secondary education. His particular interests are in integrating theory and practice across and between modalities; from the Humanistic to Psychoanalytic, with a particular focus on working within a relational sensibility.


Institute Roles 

Joint Programme Leader - Humanistic Counselling & Psychotherapy

Primary Tutor


Selected Publications

  • 2016, Transactions (April 2016) Power and the Colonising Process, Co-Written with Karen Minikin PTSTA
  • 2016, TAJ Special Issue on Games Volume 45, Number 2,April 2015, Multiple Contemporaneous Games in Psychotherapy: Psychodynamic and Political Perspectives, co written with Karen Minikin PTSTA
  • 2012, Revista semestrale - anno XXXII, nuova serie - n.25 2012 (62), Supervisione Relazionalein Revista italiana di analisi, transazionale e metodologie psicoterapeutiche
  • 2011, Karnac Books. Relational Supervision in Relational Transactional Analysis - Principles in Practice . Edited by: Heather Fowlie & Charlotte Sills
  • 2011, TAJ Volume 41 Number 4, October 2011. Relational Transactional Analysis Supervision
  • 1995, ITA News, Number 42 Summer 1995, Matilda Achieves Autonomy