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(2011). Contributors. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 34(1):74-74.

(2011). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 34(1):74-74

Contributors

Annika Hirdman Künstlicher, Psychologist and psychoanalyst. Child- and adolescent psychoanalyst. Training and supervising psychoanalyst in the Swedish Psychoanalytic Association. In private practice in Stockholm.

Arja Vorne, Phil.Mag., psychologist. Member of the Finnish Psychoanalytic Society. Full-time private psychoanalytic practice in Helsinki, Finland.

Robbert S. G. Wille, PhD. Clinical Psychologist, Training and Supervising Analyst of the Dutch Psychoanalytic Group. Working in private practice. Former Chair of the Dutch Psychoanalytic Society and of its training committee. Previous publications have addressed the psychoanalytic setting, the identity of the psychoanalyst, and existential shame.

Barbara Mattsson, Phil. Mag. Member of the Finnish Psychoanalytic Society. Private practice in Helsinki. Has held various positions in a Finnish psychotherapy organisation and is affiliated to a research team at Helsinki University on Finnish war children.

Sinikka Maliniemi-Piispanen, Psychologist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice. Interviewer in the work presented in the present study on Finnish war children.

Torberg Foss, Dr. Philos, Clinical Psychologist, training analyst and supervisor in the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society. Doctoral dissertation (2009): Close to the Particular. The Constitution of Knowledge of Case Histories in Psychoanalysis. Associate Editor and Editor-in-Chief elect of the Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review.

Siegfried Zepf, DrMed Formerly Institute Director, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine, University of Saarland. Training analyst and supervisor. Authored books on psychosomatics and social psychology.

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