Australasian Journal Of Psychotherapy
NO.1 - 2018
Contributors Vol. 36
Ann Cebon is a Tavistock trained child & adult psychotherapist. Now semi-retired, she has been a member of the VAPP since arriving in Melbourne in 1975. She has a particular interest in ethics as well as teaching the Esther Bick Method of infant observation in clinical training. She continues a small practice in clinical supervision of child & adult cases.
Alison Clayton is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and psychiatrist in private practice in Melbourne. She is a member of the Victorian Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists.
Tricia Dearborn’s poetry has been widely published in Australia, overseas and online, as well as in significant anthologies such as Contemporary Australian Poetry (2016). Her latest collection is The Ringing World (2012). She was until recently in therapy with a UKCP-registered attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist (via the miracle of Skype). Other poems about therapy have appeared, and are forthcoming, in Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis (UK). Her third collection, Autobiochemistry, completed with the support of an Australia Council grant, is forthcoming from UWA Publishing.
Gabby Howse is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist working in private practice in Melbourne. She is a member of the Victorian Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists and has special interests in the areas of adoption, fertility and sexuality. Her work is primarily with adult individuals, although she has considerable experience working with couples and older adolescents.
Dr. Penny Jools has a Ph.D. and a Clinical Masters in Developmental Psychology. Twenty years ago she and three colleagues set up a successful private clinic in Annandale, that specialised in working with troubled couples and families. She has been a long term member of NSWIPP (NSW Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy). Dr. Jools is past president of CAFPAA, (Couples and Family Association of Australasia). Her recent international publications have been on couple psychotherapy. Now mostly retired from clinical practice she offers supervision and consultation from Hobart where she lives. She is senior editor of Working with Developmental Anxieties in Couple and Family Psychotherapy, published by Routledge earlier this year, a developmental framework for understanding psychotherapy with couples and families. She is a voracious reader of fiction.
Dr. Anthony Korner works in Sydney as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, primarily in public practice. He is Director of the Master of Medicine (Psychotherapy) Program at the University of Sydney and is active in teaching and research as well as clinical practice. His research interests are in psychodynamic psychotherapy, linguistics and philosophy. He has published approximately thirty papers in journals and books. He was on the National Health and Medical Research Council Committee for the development of a guideline for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder 2011–13. He recently completed a PhD in Linguistics, on psychotherapy. He is the Australian representative on the World Council for Psychotherapy and was chairman of the organizing committee for the 6th World Congress for Psychotherapy, held in Sydney in 2011.
Dr. Michael Moore is a psychiatrist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist working in the private and public sectors in Sydney. He trained with NSWIPP and is the current President as well as the acting Chair of Training. In the public sector, he is a VMO in Sydney Local Health District, primarily supervising psychiatry trainees undertaking their psychodynamic psychotherapy experiences. His private practice consists of psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults as well as supervision. In addition to his NSWIPP roles, he is on the executive that coordinates the RANZCP Advanced Training in the Psychotherapies program. He teaches for NSWIPP, the RANZCP and SLHD. He is also a PPAA Councillor and is a past-Chair of the Training and CPD committees. For the Training committee, the highlight has been organizing two Trainee conferences.
Sue Oliver is a psychiatrist, analytic psychotherapist and Jungian analyst. She is also a founding member of the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysts and Analytic Psychotherapists (IARPP) and served on the IARPP inclusivity committee from 2005 to 2007. She has a clinical practice in analytic individual and couples therapy in Melbourne, Australia.