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Priestley, D. (1990). Psychotherapists against Nuclear Disaster. Brit. J. Psychother., 7(1):98.

(1990). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 7(1):98

Psychotherapists against Nuclear Disaster

Diana Priestley

Dear Editor

PAND continues its task of keeping alive and public the contribution that psychoanalytical thinking has to make to issues of war and peace, both by meeting together, and by offering workshops or groups to large conferences on disarmament and related issues. We have made links with other professional groups using their skills to further understanding in this field.

PAND members ran a large group at the Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Arms conference last autumn and home groups are being organised at this year's Symposium - Health and Security 2000 - New Thinking in Europe. This marks the 10th Anniversary of the Medical Campaign and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Links have been made with SPINA (Study Group for Psychosocial Issues in Nuclear Arms) and PWDD - Professions for World Disarmament and Development.

Our Autumn workshop with Scilla Elworthy, Director of the Oxford Research Group, had as its theme - The Decision Machine - and focused on the attitudes and assumptions of decision makers in the field of nuclear arms.

New members are very welcome and should contact the Administrative Secretary on 071 928 5747.

Diana

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