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(1996). Notes on Contributors. Psychoanal. Psychol., 13(3):453-455.
(1996). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 13(3):453-455
Notes on Contributors
JOHN S. AUERBACH, PhD, is a staff psychologist and the coordinator of the Post-Traumatic Stress Program at the Mountain Home Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Johnson City, TN. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the James H. Quillen College of Medicine of East Tennessee State University and a Research Affiliate in Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. In addition to post-traumatic stress disorder, his interests include projective testing, borderline disorders, narcissism, and the relationship between representational processes and the development of the self.
MARK W. BAKER, PhD, is executive director of La Vie Center in Pasadena—a multidisciplinary clinical training facility. His interests focus on intersubjectivity theory religious issues in analytic treatment and the effects of victimization. His book, Who's to Blame? (Pinon, 1996), which he co-authored with Carmen Rene Berry, will be released later this year. He also has a private practice in Santa Monica, CA.
SIDNEY J. BLATT, PhD, is Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at Yale University and a member of the faculty of the Western New England Institute of Psychoanalysis. He is primarily interested in the role of mental representation in normal psychological development, the nature of impairments in mental representations in psychopathology, and the changes that occur in mental representations in the therapeutic process. His most recent book, Therapeutic Change: An Object Relations Perspective (Plenum Press, 1994), was written in collaboration with Richard Q. Ford, PhD
C. BROOKS BRENNEIS, PhD, is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and is in private practice in Madison. Recently, he published several articles on the relationship of memory and trauma and on the issue of recovered memories of trauma. A book entitled Recovered Memories of Trauma: Transferring the Present to the Past is forthcoming from International Universities Press.
NANCY BURKE, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University Medical School, and a staff psychologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
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