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(2013). List of Contributors. Att: New Dir. in Psychother. Relat. Psychoanal., 7(2):225-228.
(2013). Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 7(2):225-228
List of Contributors
Helen Dunmore is a renowned poet, novelist, short story, and children's writer. Her poetry books have been given the Poetry Book Society Choice and Recommendations, Cardiff International Poetry Prize and Signal Poetry Award, and Bestiary was shortlisted for the T. S. Eliot Prize. Her latest Bloodaxe poetry titles are Out of the Blue: Poems 1975-2001 (2001), Glad of These Times (2007), and The Malarkey (2012), a Poetry Book Society Recommendation, the title-poem of which won the 2010 National Poetry Competition. She has published eleven novels and three books of short stories with Penguin, including A Spell of Winter, winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction. She lives in Bristol.
Orit Badouk Epstein is an attachment based psychoanalytic psychotherapist (UKCP registered) and a supervisor working in private practice. She works relationally with all client groups and has a particular interest and passion for working with individuals who have experienced extreme abuse and trauma, with symptoms of dissociation. Orit is a trustee for the Clinic for Dissociative Studies. She is co-author of the book Ritual Abuse and Mind Control: the Manipulation of Attachment Needs (Karnac, 2011). She regularly writes articles, film and book reviews, and is the associate editor for the journal Attachment. E-mail: email@example.com
Kate Evans is a healing survivor who has written extensively about healing from dissociation. She has also written a best-selling novel and other children's books, has had plays put on, and her poetry is widely enjoyed. She currently helps slow readers and does clay work with autistic children at a local school, besides sculpting a series of mother/father and child figures.
Karen Izod has been writing poems for over twenty years, but has only recently decided to give them wings. She is an independent consultant, researcher, and educator in organisational change and professional development, with a background in social work. She works with experiential learning methodologies to explore organisational and sectoral dilemmas. Currently her creative writing and her workshops are focussing on attachment to landscape, the city, and the nature of contested places. She is a founder and former co-director of the Tavistock Institute Practitioner Certificate programmes in Consulting for Change and Coaching for Leadership and Professional Development. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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