About

amelie noack

Amélie works in private practice in London. She is teaching and lecturing in the UK and abroad, on Jungian and Group Analytic theory and Winnicott‘s contribution to psychoanalysis and has a particular interest in Social Dreaming. She is a committee member of EGATIN (European Group Analytic Training Institutes Network) and works as Training Group Analyst in Germany.

Originally, Amélie studied architecture and worked as an architect. She then obtained a MSc in psychology from Technical University Berlin, which included a clinical training in behavioural and client-centred psychotherapy, and also trained as a Body and Movement therapist. Following her move to London in 1982, she became a Jungian Analyst and Group Analyst and qualified as a supervisor.

Her work experience includes:

  • Staff member of Westminster Pastoral Foundation (WPF)
  • Staff groups for London Marriage Guidance and National Aids Helpline
  • Assistant Director for the Squiggle Foundation
  • Experiential Group conductor for Association of Independent Psychotherapists
  • Supervisor for City Road Youth Counselling
  • Group work at the Maya Centre
  • Convenor of the London Qualifying Course of the IGA
  • Convenor of the London Foundation Course of the IGA
  • Workshop leader for a variety of organisations, like the Women’s Therapy Centre, WPF, IAAP, GAS, FPC and IGA