Eliane Meyer, Mphil, PGDip, is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and trainer and a clinical mindfulness practitioner.
She has worked as a therapist in an educational setting with young people and adults for 10 years and also has a private practice. She is a trained trauma therapist and has worked for many years with survivors of sexual abuse.
She has used Una McCluskey’s TABEIS attachment model to supervise groups working in the caring professions, and also to deliver training and run group therapy sessions for psychotherapists.
She has also worked extensively with women in various projects including the probation service and has run attachment therapy groups for university staff and carers.
She is a writer and has run groups that focused on creative writing for wellbeing. In her previous career she was a university lecturer in film, psychoanalysis and cultural studies.