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Miller, L. (1983). Editorial. J. Child Psychother., 9(1):3-3.

(1983). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 9(1):3-3

Editorial

Lisa Miller

This is the first issue of the Journal which the new Editorial Team has produced As the Association grows, as we yearly add more qualified members to our list, as these members pioneer different kinds of work, it seems important that we should foster the continued existence of an Editorial Committee all of whose members can take a full part in the production of the Journal. Perhaps only in this way can we try to represent and do justice to the variousness of thought and work existing within the Association. The present issue illustrates something of the range of interests among us. While, of course, there will always be a place for a substantial number of clinical papers in editions of the Journal, the Journal must also mirror the widening role of the child psychotherapist in clinics, schools, hospitals, different kinds of special units, young family centres, children's homes; in long-term analytic work and in multi-disciplinary team work; in supervision, teaching and consultation.

Thus we hope to take into account kinds of work and points of view. As far as the latter are concerned, we should like to introduce space for more of a spirit of dialogue in our publication. The space needs to be both figurative and literal - figurative insofar as we should like people to feel free to respond to what we print (or to what we fail to print) by submitting fresh papers or by contributing correspondence. We can literally provide space for this; and we should particularly like to allot some room in the Journal to comment and brief contribution in the form of letters. Letters should be addressed to the Editor at Burgh House.

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