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(2011). Contributors. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 34(2):147-147.

(2011). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 34(2):147-147

Contributors

Siri Erika Gullestad. Dr. Philos, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. Training and supervising psychoanalyst, former President of the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society. With Bjørn Killingmo, author of Underteksten. Psykoanalytisk terapi i praksis [The subtext: psychoanalytic therapy in practice], 2005.

Simo Salonen. MD, Associate Professor (docent) in Psychiatry. Member and training analyst in the Finnish Psychoanalytical Society, and its President 1990-93. Chair of its Training Committee 1995-98. Member of 5 IPA Committees since 1992.

Nikolai Kolev. MD, training and supervising analyst of the Swedish Psychoanalytic Association (formerly the Swedish Psychoanalytical Society). Instrumental in establishing an IPA-sponsored Psychoanalytic Study Group in Bulgaria 2011.

Robert Waska. MFT, PhD. Full-time private psychoanalytic practice in San Francisco and Marin County, California. Author of textbooks and articles on Kleinian psychoanalytic theory and technique.

Sverre Varvin. MD, Dr. Philos. Training and supervising analyst and post President of the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society. Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Centre for Studies on Violence and Traumatic Stress, University of Oslo. Several positions in the IPA. Currently Chair of Program Committee for the next International Psychoanalytic Congress in Prague and member of the IPS “China Committee”.

John A. Friedman. PhD. Private practice in Chicago, IL, USA. Faculty member at Northwestern University Medical School. Published and lectured on a variety of topics within and outside of psychoanalysis. For the past 20 years, has led a private seminar devoted to understanding of psychoanalytic theory and practice.

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