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Scott, A. (2015). Editor's Comments. Brit. J. Psychother., 31(4):417.

(2015). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 31(4):417

Editor's Comments

Ann Scott

The last issue of the volume provides an opportunity to reflect on the Journal's work in 2015. As usual, in the final issue, the Editorial Board and I acknowledge the important contribution of members of our Reviewing Panel, over the last year, to the evaluation and development of the papers we publish. This year we held the first in what we hope will be a regular series of meetings between the Editorial Board, the owners, and the Reviewing Panel, to capture issues of professional concern and interest, and to look at how we can enhance the Journal. We were delighted with the high level of participation in the meeting. I want to thank Hannah Wakley, the BJP's Editorial Office Administrator, for her able coordination of the meeting. We are now discussing, in the Board and with the Journal's owners, how we can best progress the topics raised for discussion. I will be signalling any developments in these Comments, over the next period.

Each of the papers in this issue takes up an aspect of the BJP's focus on ‘both innovative and everyday work on the unconscious in individual, group and institutional practice’ and on ‘work offering a psychoanalytic and Jungian-analytic perspective on professional, historical, cultural and political issues’. Francesca Viola Borgogno and her colleagues movingly report on group work in an Italian community facing the deadly impact of organic disease. We publish the three Commended papers in the 2014 Rozsika Parker Prize, each with its distinctive perspective on creativity in clinical, theoretical or applied work.

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