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    Contributors Vol. 23
    N° 2 | 2004

     

    Biographical Notes

     

    Carol Bolton is a clinical psychologist with a private psychotherapy practice in Fremantle. Her first training was in English Literature which she has taught at Universities in WA and Victoria. She is a member of APPWA and a past President of the PPAA.

    Alison Clark Following on from other incarnations as academic, editor and poet, Alison Clark is a Jungian analyst (ANZSJA) in private practice at Newtown.

    Dr Raie Goodwach is a psychotherapist working principally in private practice in Melbourne. She is a consultant at the Sexual & Relationship Counselling Clinic, Monash Medical Centre, and is an honorary lecturer in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Monash University. Her original degree was in Medicine, and since then she has trained and taught in family therapy, hypnotherapy and sex therapy, and completed a Masters in Psychoanalytic Studies at Monash University. Her publications include: Another Look at the Doctor/Patient Relationship’. (2001). Institute of Psychosexual Medicine Journal, 27, pp. 19–22; ‘Does Reunion “Cure” Adoption?’ (2001). ANZJFT, 22(2), pp. 73–79; ‘Adoption and Family Therapy’. (2003). ANZJFT, 24(2), pp. 61–70. She is currently preparing an ‘Education Update’ on ‘Sex Therapy and Family Therapy’ for the ANZJFT.

    Marilyn Gross is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice. She is a clinical member of VAFT and a member of the VAPP.

    Peter Heffernan ‘finds himself’ in the dialogue between psychoanalysis and analytical psychology. He is a member of the Victorian Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists, and a member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. His private practice in based in East Melbourne.

     

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