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(2014). Notes on Contributors. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 4(1):104-107.
(2014). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(1):104-107
Notes on Contributors
Sharon Alperovitz, MSW, LICSW, is a licensed independent clinical social worker who also trained as a psychoanalyst, and couple and family psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She is co-chair of the New Directions, Writing with a Psychoanalytic Edge Program, and co-chair of Close Attention, a two-year programme in clinical immersion for developing psychotherapy expertise, both under the auspices of the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. She is on the faculties of the Washington Center's Close Attention Program, Couple and Family Therapy Training Program, and the Modern Perspectives in Psychotherapy Program. She is a teaching analyst in the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute. She is a core faculty member of the Washington School of Psychiatry's two-year Infant and Young Child Observation Program, Tavistock Model.
Barbara Bianchini is a psychologist and psychotherapist, and full member of BSCPC. She is a founding member and President of Arcipelago, Centro Studi Psicoanalitici per la coppia e la famiglia (Milano) and member of the Scientific Committee of the International Association of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis. She works in private practice with individuals, groups, and couples, and also worked in the public health service for several years. She is a former Honorary Counsellor of Milano Appeal Court (Minors and Family Section). She teaches “Couple and Family Therapy” at COIRAG postgraduate School of Psychotherapy (Milano) and is a supervisor. She is author and co-author of publications on couple and family psychoanalysis including the recently published Parlando con la coppia Psicoterapia psicoanalitica della relazione di coppia (Borla, 2013).
Christopher Clulow, PhD, is a Senior Fellow of the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships, London. He has published extensively on marriage, partnerships, parenthood, and couple psychotherapy, most recently from an attachment perspective. His two edited books in this area are Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: The “Secure Base” in Practice and Research (Brunner-Routledge, 2001) and Attachment, Sex and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Karnac, 2009). He is a founding member of the BSCPC, a fellow of the Centre for Social Policy, Dartington, a member of the editorial board of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis and an international editorial consultant for Sexual and Relationship Therapy. He lives in St Albans where he maintains a private practice.
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