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Lars Christian Opdal, MD. Psychoanalyst in private practice, Oslo. Training, teaching and supervising analyst at the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Institute. Supervisor for medical doctors in psychiatric training at Akershus University Hospital, Norway. President of the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society 2000 - 2002, and Chair of the “Ad hoc group on ethics” with the European Psychoanalytic Federation (EPF) 2001 - 2005.
Johannes Lehtonen, MD. Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Eastern Finland. Member of the Finnish Psychoanalytical Society and practicing psychoanalyst. Conducted research on the psycho-physiology of sucking infants and brain imaging of psychotherapy. Recently published a book: “Tietoisuuden ruumiillisuus. Mieli, aivot ja olemassaolon tunne” (Helsinki: Duodecim, 2011) (Embodied consciousness. Mind, brain and the sense of being).
Johan Eriksson, PhD in Philosophy and Candidate in the Swedish Psychoanalytic Association. About to complete a research-project at Södertörns Högskola with a book on the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis. Author of: Heidegger and the Philosophical method (Symposions bokförlag, 2007).
Jurgen Reeder, PhD. Member of the Swedish Psychoanalytical Association and training analyst. In private practice since 1979. Also, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Stockholm University.
Siegfried Zepf, MD, Univ. - Prof. em. Former director of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, University of Saarland, Germany. Training analyst (DPG, DGPT). Numerous publications in epistemological, psychosomatic, socio-psychological, and psychoanalytical topics.
Kari Høydahl, Clinical psychologist, and full-time psychoanalyst, private practice, Oslo, Norway. Various positions in the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society; Vice-President since 2010. Participated in the DPPT project (The Developing Psychoanalytic Practice and Training Programme) for the Nordic countries.
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