Notes on Contributors
Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz is a psychoanalyst based in London and Leamington Spa. She is a member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and a translator in the fields of psychoanalytic theory and philosophy. She has translated Laurence Kahn, Jean Laplanche, Dominique Scarfone, Guy Rosolato, Pierre Legendre, Christopher Bollas and Miguel de Beistegui, among others.
Christian Murphy is a member of The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and and is registered with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. He works in private practice in Clapham, South London, and as a clinical supervisor in a Lambeth primary care counselling service. As well as the thinking of The Site, Christian has an interest in Tavistock-style group-relations work and EMDR. christianmurphy.com.
Paul Kellett van Leer was born in Manchester in 1966 and originally trained as a violoncellist and composer in the UK, and as a Fulbright Scholar in the US. He has played with chamber ensembles, symphony and opera orchestras in Europe and the US, and has had works commissioned and performed by a number of international ensembles. At the turn of the millennium he began training at the Metanoia Institute, where he is currently a teaching and supervising transactional analyst, and runs a London-based clinic offering psychotherapy, supervision and professional development.
Francesca Joseph is a trainee at the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. She has a private practice in north London.
Andie Newman is a psychoanalyst working in private practice in both central and north London. She trained at the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and is also a member of the College of Psychoanalysts-UK. andienewman.com.
Julie Walsh is an IAS Global Research Fellow in the department of Sociology, University of Warwick. She works across the fields of psychoanalysis and social theory, and is currently finishing her clinical training at the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Julie has published and presented on Freudian psychoanalysis, ethics in clinical writing, and the topics of narcissism and shame. Her first book Narcissism and Its Discontents is published with the Palgrave series Studies in the Psychosocial.
Barry Watt is a psychoanalyst in private practice and member of The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, where he trained. He now serves on the editorial panel of Sitegeist and The Site’s governing council. Barry is an active researcher in psychoanalysis. He has published a number of papers exploring some of the philosophical issues arising from the relationship between metapsychology and clinical technique.