Becoming a Member 

By becoming a member of the East Anglian Psychotherapy Network, you will join a growing community of professionals who share a broadly psychoanalytic understanding of mental functioning and the role of unconscious factors in health and illness and in human relationships.
The Network brings together a wealth of experience and therapeutic skills and comprises a rich cross section of practitioners providing therapy for people in East Anglia – for adults, children and adolescents, and for couples.  
Whether you are a newly qualified or a very experienced practitioner, we welcome all those who want to help to build a strong present and future for psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapy in East Anglia. 
Benefits of Joining the EAPN


  • Within our large and geographically varied region, it is very easy to feel isolated from colleagues.  Belonging to the EAPN will increase your knowledge of colleagues in the region who you might want to refer to, arrange supervison with, or collaborate with in a local peer group. 
  • An opportunity to make contact with a welcoming network of local colleagues.
Group Therapy
  • You can use our Membership List to inform others in the region about yourself – your own practice, special interests, or the services you can provide (supervising others for example), or to recruit colleagues for a peer development group.

  • Our Carrying On Learning page will tell you about CPD Events, courses and conferences hosted by the East Anglian Psychotherapy Network or by other individuals and organisations in the region. We will also list and publicise seminars, courses and other events in the region that you are organising or involved in.

  • As a member, you will receive our periodic Newsletters and other notifications.  

  • You will help us to consolidate and strengthen the professional identity for psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy in East Anglia, and to support, as a region, future contributions to the training of new generations of therapists. 

  • As a Member you can also access our password protected Members’ Area to post announcements, set up special interest groups, put forward ideas for future events, and propose ways in which you’d like the EAPN to develop.