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(2016). Author biographies. J. Child Psychother., 42(3):382-384.

(2016). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 42(3):382-384

Author Biographies

Author biographies

Patricia Allan is a child and adolescent psychotherapist with a special interest in working with complex, hard to reach children and adolescents. She works at the Portman Clinic and in private practice. She is a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock Centre.

Donald Campbell trained as a child psychotherapist at the Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic and worked at the Portman Clinic for over 30 years. He is a training and supervising analyst and past President of the British Psychoanalytical Society and former Secretary General of the International Psychoanalytical Association. He has written on the subjects of violence, suicide, child sexual abuse, adolescence, doubt and horror film monsters.

Ann Horne is a Fellow of the BPF and an Honorary Member of ČSPAP, the Czech Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Trained at the BAP she was later head of training and then of post-graduate development. A former joint editor of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy, she co-edited The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Approaches (1999, 2009) and currently co-edits the Independent Psychoanalytic Approaches with Children and Adolescents series for Routledge, both with Monica Lanyado. Retired from NHS work, latterly at the Portman Clinic in London, she represents the BPF on the board of the British Journal of Psychotherapy, writes and teaches in the UK and abroad, and retains a particular interest in children who use the body and activity rather than being able to access thought and reflection.

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