Notes on Contributors
Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz is a psychoanalyst and a translator. She is a member of the SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the founder of the Psychosis Therapy Project. She translates for the International Journal of Psychoanalysis on a regular basis. Her translation of Dominique Scarfone’s The Unpast: The Actual Unconscious was recently published by The Unconscious in Translation (New York, 2016).
Nicholas Bayley is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Reading, and Chair of The Site. He teaches psychodynamic counselling at Oxford University, and has recently published articles in Psychodynamic Practice and Changing English.
Barbara Cawdron trained as an analyst at the Site and works as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in the NHS.
Dany Nobus is Professor of Psychoanalytic Psychology, and Pro-Vice- Chancellor for External Affairs at Brunel University London, where he also convenes the MA Programme in Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Society. In addition, he is the Chair of the Freud Museum London, and the author of numerous books and papers on the history, theory and practice of psychoanalysis.
Haya Oakley is a psychoanalyst in private practice and an honorary fellow of UKCP. She is a member of the College of Psychoanalysts UK, The Guild of Psychotherapists and the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Val Parks works as a psychoanalyst in private practice, and in the NHS. She is a member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, where she supervises and teaches. She also teaches at WPF Therapy.
Werner Prall PhD is a part-time Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Psychoanalysis at Middlesex University, London. He is a psychoanalyst and supervisor in private practice in London. He is a member of the Board of Govenors of The College of Psychoanalysts UK and of the training committee at The Guild of Psychotherapists; he also teaches on the DCPsych programme at Metanoia Institute, London. He has published a number of journal articles, mainly in the area of psychoanalysis, philosophy and literature.
Paul Verhaeghe, PhD is Senior Professor at Ghent University and member of the Department for Psychoanalysis and Counselling Psychology. He teaches Clinical Psychodiagnostics, Psychoanalytic Therapy and Gender Studies. He is an analyst in private practice. He has published eight books and more than a hundred papers. His two most recent works concentrate on the effects of contemporary society on our well-being. See http://www.paulverhaeghe.com
Robert Weiss is a psychoanalyst in private paractice. He is a member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and serves on its governing Council. He is a member of the Sitegeist Editorial Panel.