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Sue Einhorn*

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Sue began work as a Literary Agent but then became a Detached Youth Worker in Wales. On returning to London, she moved into Community Work, which continued when she became a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at North London Polytechnic in 1977. In 1989 was employed as a therapist at the Women’s Therapy Centre in London.

She is currently a Training Group Analyst at the IGA where she teaches and supervises. She has a private practice seeing people in groups, individually and as couples. She supervised groups at Freedom from Torture (Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) (FfT) and was the Convenor for the IGA/OGRA Training in Group Analysis in St. Petersburg. Since 2011 she has supervised experienced Group Analysts in Norway and been elected on to the Management Committee of GASI where she is Chair of the Scientific Programmes Committee.

She also teaches in Leeds, lectures abroad and participates as an interviewer for Connecting Conversations.

  • The Strange Phenomenon of being a Group Analyst
  • How to respond to the Fear and Fascination of the Stranger
  • Containing the secret: Time-limited groups for women who were sexually abused as children
  • Sleeping Beauty's Kiss: The Birth of the IGA Training in Group Analysis in St. Petersburg
  • Love and Power: A Group Analytic Perspective