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(2018). Notes on Contributors. Psychoanal. Rev., 105(1):135-136.

(2018). Psychoanalytic Review, 105(1):135-136

Notes on Contributors

Gary Ahlskog, PhD, is a psychologist, psychoanalyst, and master hypnotist practicing in New York City and Jamesport, N.Y. He is a former president of the NPAP Training Institute and the former director of the doctoral program in pastoral counseling at Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion.

Dana Amir, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, supervising and training analyst at the Israel psychoanalytic society, a faculty member at Haifa University (head of the interdisciplinary doctoral program in psychoanalysis), poet, and literature researcher. She is the author of six poetry books and two psychoanalytic nonfiction books: Cleft Tongue (Karnac, 2014) and On the Lyricism of the Mind (Routledge, 2016). Her papers have been published in psychoanalytic journals and presented at national and international conferences. She is the winner of many national and international prizes, including the Frances Tustin International Memorial Prize (2011), the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) Sacerdoti Prize (2013), the IPA Hayman Prize (2017), and the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE) Distinguished Psychoanalytic Educators Award (2017).

Anthony F. Badalamenti, PhD, is a research scientist in psychiatry. He has worked at quantifying psychiatric research, especially psychoanalysis, with the Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Columbia University Psychiatric Institute, and the University of New England.

Barnaby B. Barratt, PhD, DHS, is Director of Doctoral Studies at the Parkmore Institute for psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, and psychosocial studies.

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