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(2016). Author biographies. J. Child Psychother., 42(1):98-99.

(2016). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 42(1):98-99

Author biographies

Author biographies

Louise Allnutt is Lead Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at MOSAIC CAMHS, a specialist service for children and young people with disabilities and their families. Louise teaches theory and supervises on the child psychotherapy doctoral training at the Tavistock Centre, where she also co-runs the autism workshop.

Teresa Bailey is Head of Child Psychotherapy at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust where she is also Lead for Patient Experience in the Children’s and Young People’s Directorate. She trained at the BAP (now IPCAPA at the BPF). She has a particular interest in trauma and depression. Teresa was originally a teacher and teacher trainer. 

Maria Rhode is Emeritus Professor of Child Psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic/University of East London, member of the ACP and Honorary Associate of the British Psychoanalytical Society. She works as Honorary Consultant Child Psychotherapist at the Tavistock, where she formerly co-convened the autism workshop and currently sees toddlers at high risk of developing autistic spectrum disorder. She has co-edited Psychotic States in Children (Rustin, Rhode, Dubinsky and Dubinsky, 1997); The Many Faces of Asperger’s Syndrome (Rhode and Klauber, 2004); and Invisible Boundaries: Psychosis and Autism in Children and Adolescents (Houzel and Rhode, 2006).

Jo Russell is Professional Lead for Child Psychotherapy at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and co-editor of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy. Jo has a particular interest in how psychoanalytic help can be accessed by children and young people who have been considered as beyond the reach of traditional services, including those with severe learning disabilities, ‘feral’ children and itinerant young people, and those with dissociative disorders.

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