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Jasna Levinger-Goy was born in Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia. She had her B.A. in English Language and Literature from Sarajevo University, her M.A. in Linguistics from Georgetown University, Washington D.C. USA and her PhD in Linguistics from Zagreb University. She worked as a university lecturer both at Sarajevo and Novi Sad universities, a lector for Serbo-Croat at SSEES, University College London and a tutor in interpreting at Metropolitan University London. She has published a number of articles in the field of linguistics and psychotherapy.

She came into the UK during the Bosnian Civil War. She married Edward Dennis Goy and worked on various translations with him, including two major Yugoslav novels. After his death she qualified as an Integral Psychotherapist and now has her own private practice in Cambridge.