Suzanne Bergne

Suzanne studied Philosophy, English Literature and Media Studies at Munich and Vienna universities.  She married a British Diplomat, had 2 children, and lived and worked for 35 years in the Middle and Far East. During that time she trained and worked as an artist potter and exhibited in Europe and Japan.

In 2006 she qualified as a Jungian Psychotherapist with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists, where she continues to work as a Case-supervisor and Seminar Leader.  She has a private practice near Stow on the Wold and in Chelsea, London.

Suzanne is also an Advanced Candidate with the British Irish Sandplay Society. In the past she served as a Trustee with the Substance Misuse Services, Gloucestershire.

As a trustee of G.A.P. she feels that her international perspective, which is firmly based on a spiritual attitude to life, will prove helpful to the organisation as it continues to evolve.

Jim Fitzgerald


Martin Knops

Martin trained as a teacher and then studied in the 1970s at Oxford Theological Colleges based at Blackfriars. He was Head of RE at St.George’s College, Weybridge before becoming a diocesan advisor and also worked as a radio and tv presenter. He then joined Oxfam GB and was with them for twenty seven years as Head of Psychosocial Support for which he was awarded the OBE in 2013. 

During this time he also began his analytical training with GAP with its emphasis on the interface between spirituality and analytical psychology, qualifying in 2009. He has since been a member of the Coordinating Committee and was Acting Coordinator 2013-15 and helps with the training programme. He has also been researching and writing on the pre-history of the Guild, in particular the lives of Victor White, John Layard and Vera von der Heydt. He is trustee of a charity supporting schools in the Congo and of an Oxfordshire conservation area.

Martin has his practice in Shipton-on-Cherwell, north of Oxford where he lives with his family.