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(2018). Notes on Contributors. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 8(1):99-102.

(2018). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 8(1):99-102

Notes on Contributors

Sanna Aavaluoma is a psychiatric nurse; a certified practitioner of psychodrama, sociometry, and group psychotherapy; a family therapist; psychoanalytic couple psychotherapist; and a clinical supervisor. She has a private practice in Helsinki. She has published books about psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic care with couples and families with memory impairment and dementia. Sanna has attended Tavistock Relationships’ summer schools since 2011. She is the leader of the first Finnish psychoanalytic couple and family psychotherapy training programme that will be run by the Therapeia Foundation, University of Helsinki, beginning in 2018.

Andrew Balfour is Chief Executive at Tavistock Relationships. He originally studied English Literature before training in clinical psychology at University College London. He went on to train as an adult psychoanalytic psychotherapist at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust while working in a staff post there. Subsequently, he trained as a couple psychotherapist at Tavistock Relationships (formerly Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships). For more than ten years he was Clinical Director and in 2016 took on the leadership of the organisation. He has published widely and teaches both in Britain and abroad. With Mary Morgan and Christopher Vincent, he co-edited How Couple Relationships Shape our World: Clinical Practice, Research and Policy Perspectives (Karnac, 2012).

Christopher Clulow, PhD, is a Senior Fellow of the Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology, London, and a Fellow of the Centre for Social Policy, Dartington.

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