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(2011). Author biographies. J. Child Psychother., 37(2):221-222.

(2011). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 37(2):221-222

Author biographies

Author biographies

Alessandra Cavalli (PhD) is a member of the Society of Analytical Psychology. She trained in London as a child and an adult analyst. She is interested in the integration of Jungian and psychoanalytic models. She works in private practice and teaches at the Tavistock Clinic and the Centro Martha Harris in Bologna. She has published a numbers of reviews and articles for the Journal of Analytical Psychology.

Helena Cowen worked in the NHS as a dance movement therapist in tier four services with both adults and adolescents. She trained at the Society of Analytical Psychology and currently works at King's College in the Student Counselling Department. She is particularly interested in working with young people with eating disorders and with a previous history of mental health difficulties. She offers both long-term and short-term treatment to the students. She also works at Open Door, a voluntary sector counselling and psychotherapy service for young people. Her private practice includes work with the Orthodox Jewish community in North London.

Maggie Fagan is a child and adolescent psychotherapist working in the Tavistock Fostering, Adoption and Kinship Care Team and she is the co-convener of the Fostering and Adoption Workshop. She has a specialist interest in how children and their adoptive parents experience late adoption. She is also the assistant organising tutor of the Psychoanalytic Observational Studies course.

Em Farrell has worked with eating disordered patients since 1989 when she set up the Elizabeth Gentle Centre for Eating Disorders.

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