About Lena Ildikó VINCZE N., Dip GWP
Lena Ildikó VINCZE N. is a Belgian-Hungarian Psychotherapist and Groupwork Practitioner based in Brussels, Belgium.
She works with groups and individuals on private and career issues - in English, Hungarian, French (intermediate) and Dutch (basic level). She has completed her professsional training in the UK; she works in line with the UK Council of Psychotherapy's (UKCP) Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct. She is founder of the Groupwork Centre in Brussels and she is reviewer of the International Journal of Psychotherapy. She is member of (the)
- Belgian Association of Psychotherapy;
- "Balint Group" in Etterbeek;
- UNIZO - the Organization of Enterpreneurs in Flanders and Brussels;
- Group Analysis North, United Kingdom;
- Hungarian Gordon Association;
- 'Bolyai Műhely' Foundation, Hungary;
- Mental Health Europe.
She manages a Database of Psychotherapy Pracitioners in Belgium. She has organised seminars and workshops on typical expat problems, and on groupwork. Her article on the terrorist attacks in Brussels in 2016 has been published by the International Journal of Psychotherapy. Her work on multiculturalism had been published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is author/co-author of lecture notes at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary.
Formerly, she held a Senior Researcher position at the IFB, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, and worked as Senior Advisor at the Prime Minister's Office in Hungary.