Melanie Rein is a senior training member of GAP.
Prior to her current work as a Jungian Analyst, Melanie worked with a number of organisations in the UK and in Central and Eastern Europe assisting them in change management processes. This work included leading and managing projects for the EU and the British Government. As part of her work at the University of Cambridge, she also led an EU funded research project in South Africa and Zambia focussing on cross-sector partnerships.
While training in GAP, and during the initial stages of setting up her analytic practice, Melanie was Deputy Director of the NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England.
In her earlier career Melanie was a psychiatric social worker and undertook training in the dynamics of groups at the Institute of Group analysis as well as training in systems theory and its application to families and organisations at the Institute of Family Therapy. Her PhD, entitled Aspects of the Feminine in Business: A Jungian perspective, focussed on unconscious processes in large companies.
Melanie currently has an Jungian analytic practice in Cambridge and is also a founder trustee of Women’s Heartbeat, a charity set up to raise awareness of heart conditions in women.