About Lena Ildikó VINCZE N., Dip GWP
Lena Ildiko VINCZE N. is a Belgian-Hungarian Psychotherapist and Groupwork Practitioner in Brussels, Belgium since 2010.
She works with groups and individuals on private and career issues - in English, French and Hungarian. She works in line with the UK Council of Psychotherapy's (UKCP) Ethical Principals and Code of Professional Conduct.
She is author and reviewer of the International Journal of Psychotherapy. Her work on multiculturalism was published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is author/co-author of two lecture notes at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. She manages an inclusive Register of Psychotherapy Practitioners in Belgium. She is founder of the Groupwork Centre in Brussels. She has been member of (the)
- Mental Health Europe;
- Group Analysis North, UK;
- Belgian Association of Psychotherapy;
- Hungarian Gordon Association;
- Bolyai Mûhely Foundation.
Formerly, she held a Senior Researcher position at the IFB, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, and worked as a Senior Advisor at the Prime Minister's Office in Hungary.
She was rewarded with a Diploma in Groupwork Practice by the Institute of Group Analysis in the UK; and she has been a Certified Gordon Instructor of the Hungarian Gordon Association. She has completed her university studies in the Netherlands and in Hungary, with excellence.