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    Dr Craig Powell is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Sydney. He is a past President of the New South Wales Institute of Psychotherapy and past Secretary of the Psychotherapy Association of Australia. He has also published seven volumes of poetry, the most recent being Minga Street: New and Selected Poems (Hale & Iremonger, Sydney, 1993). He lived in Canada from 1972–82 and trained with the Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis. During the final 12 months of his stay in Canada, he attended the monthly ‘Self Psychology Workshops’ at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute.

    Dr Leonardo Rodriguez
    is a Psychoanalyst, President of the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis; Analyst Member of the International School of Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian Field; Member of the Victorian Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists; Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychological Medicine, Monash University; Senior Academic Associate, Department of Psychology, Victoria University. Author of Psychoanalysis with Children (London: Free Association Books, 1999) and numerous book chapters and articles on psychoanalytic theory and practice.

    Allan Shafer MA (Clin Psych) D Litt et Phil, is a Clinical Psychologist and Socio-Analyst practising privately in Perth, Western Australia as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and Organization Consultant. He is a member of the Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of WA and the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association of Australasia. He was a Fellow, and Director of Group Relations Programmes in the former Australian Institute of Socio-Analysis. He is a member of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations and is a founding member of Group Relations Australia. He has directed and worked on the staff of group relations conferences and workshops in Australia and the UK.

    Bruce A. Stevens (PhD, Boston University, 1987) is a clinical and forensic psychologist in private practice in Canberra. He is Director of the Counselling Program at the Graduate School of Southern Cross, Sydney. He will complete his term as the national convener of the Psychoanalytic Interest Group of the Australian Psychological Society in October 2004.

    James Walter is professor of Politics at Monash University. His most recent book is “Ideas and Influence: Social Science and Public Policy in Australia” (with Peter Saunders, UNSW Press, 2005). He has has a long-term interest in psychoanalysis as cultural theory, and wrote an early psychoanalytically informed biography of Gough Whitlam, “The Leader” (1980).

    Dr Wendy-Lynne Wolman is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for 20 years. Along with providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy, she is actively engaged in supervision, lecturing and training in Australia and abroad. She is currently completing a book on making meaning from psychotherapy mistakes.



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