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(2013). List of Contributors. Att: New Dir. in Psychother. Relat. Psychoanal., 7(1):120-123.

(2013). Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 7(1):120-123

List of Contributors

Gwen Adshead is a forensic psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and group analyst and has worked for the last twelve years as a consultant forensic psychotherapist at Broadmoor hospital, mainly running therapy groups. She has co-edited five books, published over a hundred book chapters and journal papers, and is currently working on a book about evil.

Attachment theory has been an immensely helpful paradigm for me and has helped me to understand the problems of my patients in a different way. Friedemann Pfafflin and I published a book on the relevance of attachment theory for forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy, with particular emphasis on attachment narratives: and we hope that this will stimulate colleagues to explore further how this theory can help us to help offenders find their way back to a more social life.” E-mail: gwen.adshead@wlmht.nhs.uk

Danny Brom is director of the Israel Centre for the Treatment of Psychotrauma at the Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem (www.traumaweb.org) and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Paul Baerwald School of Social work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He specialised in treatment, training, and research in the field of traumatic experiences for the past thirty years. Among his recent publications (with Ruth Pat-Horenczyk and Julian Ford) is the book Treating Traumatized Children: Risk, Resilience and Recovery (Routledge, 2009).

Kate Brown started her career in therapeutic communities working first with adults with a variety of mental health difficulties, and then with adolescents individually and in groups. She has worked with young mothers, and in mainstream community psychiatric services with patients' families. She has also provided time limited therapy with former servicemen who had experienced complex trauma. Kate completed her clinical training as an attachment based psychoanalytic psychotherapist in 2009, and registered with the UKCP in 2011. She teaches 4th year students about psychosis and completed an MSc in psychotherapeutic approaches in mental health in 2012. E-mail: katebrownpsychotherapist@gmail.com

Gillian Clarke has been the National Poet of Wales since 2008. She was awarded the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry in 2010. Recent books: prose, At the Source, 2009, poetry, A Recipe for Water, 2008 and Ice, 2012.

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