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(2013). List of Contributors. Att: New Dir. in Psychother. Relat. Psychoanal., 7(3):320-324.

(2013). Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 7(3):320-324

List of Contributors

Caroline Adewole is an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist registered with the UKCP. She is also a member of The Bowlby Centre where she teaches the Midlife Seminar as part of the lifecycle. Caroline is interested in working with the different relationships formed and developed during adulthood/midlife. She has worked extensively in the area of parent development, developing and running various workshops on subjects pertinent to parents' empowerment. She is presently an outreach worker, parent facilitator, and supervisor with the EPEC project (Empowering Parents Empowering Communities) at the Michael Rutter Centre in London. E-mail: caroline.adewole@gmail.com

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). She regularly writes articles, film, and book reviews and is the associate editor for the journal Attachment and on the editorial board of the ESTD newsletter. E-mail: orit_badouk@hotmail.com

Emma Dickenson had a traumatic start to life and the events of her early childhood set her up for a lifetime of insecurity and self-doubt. Despite this, or maybe in spite of it, she went on to have a fruitful and fulfilling life and a moderately successful career in show business. She is a strong believer in self-education and continues to learn about herself and the world on a daily basis. After facing her demons and having some therapy she learned a new way of seeing the world and at last found a long lost love for herself. E-mail: emmalouise159@gmail.com

Pat Frankish, PhD, is a pioneer in the field of intellectual disability and psychotherapy. As a clinical psychologist she has been unusual in following a path to developing a working model of emotional development in this field.

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