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(2014). Notes on Contributors. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 4(2):226-229.
(2014). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2):226-229
Notes on Contributors
Francesca Calvocoressi trained as an art historian at the Courtauld Institute of Art before becoming a child and adolescent psychotherapist. She works in the NHS in Scotland in a CAMHS team, is involved as senior tutor in the training of child psychotherapists in Scotland, and offers consultation to a residential school. Her particular interests, apart from art, are children in care and infant mental health.
Norma Caruso, clinical psychologist, treats couples and individuals in private practice in Richmond, Virginia. She is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical College of Virginia, and is on the faculty at the International Psychotherapy Institute, a British Object Relationstraining programme, where she trained. She has lectured nationally and internationally on couple relationships and the evaluation and treatment of sexual difficulties. Her publications on this topic have appeared in Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, and New Paradigms for Treating Relationships. Dr Caruso is certified as a sex therapist by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. Her interest in attachment began in graduate school where she studied with Dr Beatrice Beebe who advised her on her dissertation: Early Mother-Infant Interaction as a Predictor of Attachment at One Year.
Christopher Clulow, PhD, is a Senior Fellow of the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships. 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 (2001, Brunner-Routledge) and Attachment, Sex and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (2009, Karnac). 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.
Candis Cousins, PhD, is a psychoanalytic psychologist in Oakland, California seeing adolescents, adults, and couples.
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