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Ludlam, M. (2013). Editorial. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 3(1):vii.

(2013). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1):vii

Editorial Related Papers

Molly Ludlam

To mark the development of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, now in its third year, it has been decided to adopt a different style of introducing its contents. This brief Editorial “makes way” for an editorial of another kind—a “Personal View”, the first of which is offered by Marion Bower, Consultant Social Worker at the Child and Family Department of the Tavistock Clinic.

In this issue also, we acknowledge the passing of two great pioneers in the field of psychotherapy with couples and families, James Fisher and Douglas Haldane. Mourning the loss of those whom we love and revere makes us the more keenly aware of the debts we owe them. Douglas Haldane played a generous and pivotal role in fostering my own involvement in couple psychotherapy. Tributes take many forms. This issue contains some preliminary ones; perhaps the more lasting will be expressed in the ways in which the inspirational personalities and ideas of both men live on in our practice and approach to all those with whom we work. With James Fisher's voice, humanity, and clarity of thought continuing to resonate with us, the Editorial Board has planned to dedicate a future issue to work inspired by him.

The editorial team remains, as ever, keen to receive your submissions and is open to ideas and feedback at all times. In putting together all the many contributions which make each issue, whether from authors, reviewers, advisors, fellow editors, readers, the BSCPC, and the publishing team, I am very grateful to you all for your commitment and willingness to participate. Readers will note that from January 2013 Couple and Family Psychoanalysis will be listed on PEPweb. I should particularly like to thank Karnac and the BSCPC Executive Board for their support in this achievement and for all our endeavours.

Molly Ludlam

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