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Louise Buckle is a statistician and musician, playing piano and cello, as well as being a 2nd Year Psychotherapy student at the Minster Centre.

Dr. Gerald van Gurp is a general practitioner/family physician in Montreal. He lectures in the Department of Family Medicine of McGill University.

Werner Kierski the editor-in-chief of Contemporary Psychotherapy. He is a psychotherapist, lecturer and tutor.

Lucy Kralj qualified as a specialist nurse for asylum seekers. She is currently co-ordinator of the clinical and women’s programmes at the Helen Bamber Foundation.

Mark Nevin is an Honorary Psychotherapist at Camden Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Service which combines the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy departments of the Royal Free Hospital and University College Hospital. Mark will be presenting his research to the department’s monthly psychosomatic workshop.

Georg Nicolaus PhD is a psychotherapist in private practice and a teacher at the New School for Psychotherapy and Counselling. He originally studied philosophy and received his MA degree from the University of Munich.

Uta Blohm is an ordained Christian Minister who has published on women in roles of religious leadership. She is in her second year of psychotherapy training at the Minister Centre, London.

Nancy Browner is a life long film enthusiast and a psychotherapist in private practice in Oxford where she is administrator and practising member of Oxford Counselling and Psychotherapy Service.

Alice Cook is an Integrative Psychotherapist and Supervisor, EMDR Practitioner and Birth Doula. She works in Hackney with women suffering from depression in the post-natal period and has a private psychotherapy practice.

Deborah Davies is an integrative psychotherapist in private practice in London. She is interested in working with the creative process and helping clients work through creative block.

Brigitta Mowat is a qualified Alexander Teacher (MSTAT), a UKCP registered Integrative Psychotherapist and a visiting Lecturer at Hertfordshire University. She specializes in subtle energy work which draws from both eastern and western bodywork.

Steve Silverton is a Core Process Psychotherapist working in London. His work is influenced by Buddhist understandings as well as art therapy, developmental and existential approaches.

 

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  • Anoracks for Invisible People by Funky64 (www.lucarossato.com)
  • Entropy ≥ Memory . Creativity ² by Jef Safi
  • Misty Behaviours by Emmanuele Contini
  • City Lights Corner by Mr. Mark
  • Nikolai Berdyaev the web
  • Loneliness by Michelle Brea
  • Inspired beyond...in combination by PrASanGaM
  • εntropyıng truthεs▲fablεs plεats by Jef Safi
  • Dancer in the Night by Espresso Marco
  • Orange Blurs by kkelly 2007

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