Dr Zack Eleftheriadou


The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education, Noema Psychology and Psychotherapy, Confer Psychopathology Diploma


Dr Zack Eleftheriadou is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Chartered Scientist and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society (HCPC reg).

She has trained as an adult psychotherapist (both Integrative & Psychoanalytic), and a child and parent-infant psychoanalytic psychotherapist (UKCP reg.) since 1990. She has provided training and has published extensively in the following areas: developmental issues; cross-cultural work; refugees and trauma, including the text ‘Psychotherapy and Culture’ (Karnac).

Dr Eleftheriadou works as an infant observation tutor and clinical supervisor at 'The Institute of Arts in Therapy and Education' and infant observation tutor at 'The Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy' (London, UK). Alongside her teaching work, she runs Noema, a consultancy, providing adult psychotherapy and supervision.

Additionally, Dr Eleftheriadou is a visiting tutor and member of The Bowlby Centre and a British Psychoanalytic Council Scholar. She regularly acts as a visiting external examiner for Doctoral level university students, and has previously worked at Nafsiyat, The Intercultural Therapy Centre and the Medical Foundation (Freedom from Torture).

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