EMANUELA QUAGLIATA

Psichoanalyst, member of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society (SPI) and of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). She has a clinical and research doctorate on pregnancy at risks, is is a child, adolescent and family psychotherapist trained at the Tavistock Clinic in London, member of the Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP). She teaches at the Institute of Psychoanalysis of the SPI and at the Tavistock accredited Courses in Florence and Rome; she is member of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis Committee  (COCAP) of the IPA. She is editor and co-author of the following books: Closely Observed Infants (1898-1993), Assessment in Child Psychotherapy (1994), A Vital Need: eating disorders in children and adolescents (2002), 101kids, series of books about psychoanalysis for parents: www.101bambino.com.


SIMONETTA M.G. ADAMO

Child psychotherapyst, member of the Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists. Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Milan-Bicocca. She has been coordinating for thirty years a clinical and research group on psychologucal support to children suffering from organic pathologies at the University of Naples‘Federico II’.  She has published a book "La cura della relazione in oncologia pediatrica".


JULIE AUGOYARD-MEYNEL

Psychonalyst, member of the Société Psychanalytique de Paris, S.P.P. She worked at the Centre de Psychothérapie, Hopital Saint Vencent-de-Paul e CMP (Centre médico Psychologique) in the child-adolescent sector and at the Bureau d'Aide Psychologique Universitaire.

MARIA LUISA ALGINI

Child psychotherapist member of the Italian Society of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy of the child, adolescent and couple (SIPSIA) and teacher at the Winnicott Institute in Rome.


ANNA MARIA AJELLO

Professor of developmental Psychology and Education at the Faculty of medicine of the University La Sapienza, Rome. He has been member of the Committee of the Ministery of Education and is Consultant for the activities related to the evaluation of professionals. Has published several books on education.


ROBIN ANDERSON

Consultant Psychiatrist and Training Analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist , formerly Head of the Adolescent Department at the Tavistock Clinic. He has published 'Facing it out: clinical perspective on adolescent disturbance' with Anne Darlington. It is author of several papers on suicidal attempts and self-harm in adolescence.


CLAUDIA ARTONI SCHLESINGER

Psychoanalyst, full member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. Expert in child analysis she has run for many years interdisciplinary groups and seminars on adoption and fostering , with jugdes, lawyers, and psychotherapists.  She has published a book on ‘Adoption and beyond’ and several articles on this topic.


MARTA BADONI

Training Psycoanalist member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. She has been vice- president of the SPI and has founded with other colleagues the ‘Child and Adolescent Observatory’ at the Center of Psychoanalysis in Milan.


MARY BRADY

Child, adolescent and adult psychoanalyst in private practice in San Francisco. She has published several book on adolescence:  ‘The Treatment of Adolescents and Young Adults.’  'The Body in Adolescence: Psychic Isolation and Physical Symptoms' was published by Routledge in 2015 and is translated in italian by Astrolabio.


FIAMMA BURANELLI

Child Psychotherapist, member of the School of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy (SPP) in Milan and consultant at the Center Benedetta D’Intino in Milan.


ORNELLA CACCIA

Child Psychotherapist, member of the Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP) trained at the Tavistock Clinic, London. She is a teacher and supervisor of the Tavistock-model courses in Italy.


DONALD CAMPBELL

Donald Campbell is a training and supervising analyst and past President of the British Psychoanalytical Society. He is also a former Secretary General of the International Psychoanalytical Association.  He worked for 30 years at the Portman Clinic, a National Health Service out-patient facility in London, assessing and treating in psychoanalytic psychotherapy children, adolescents and adults who were violent, delinquent or suffered from a perversion. He has published on the subjects of suicide, violence, child sexual abuse, perversion, adolescence and horror film monsters. 


CLAUDIA CANARILE

Child Psychotherapist, member of the Centro Studi Martha Harris(CSMH) - Tavistock accredited courses. She works at the center of child neuropsychiatry of the University of Tor vergata, Rome where she runs a service for parents and under-five children.


TONIA CANCRINI

Training analyst of the SPI and IPA. She has been Secretary of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society and member of the Committee for child and adolescents analysis. She has written several articles on child analysis and a book on ‘A time for sorrow’(2002).


MONICA CARDENAL

Training analyst member of the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytiuc Association (APdeBA). She is teacher and supervisor of infant observation at the DEpt. of Paediatrics of Italiano Hospital amd at Buenos Aires University. Co-editor and Director of the 'Rivista International de Observatiòn de Lactantes y sus applicationes' edited by Kamala Foundation.


CARLA CARLEVARIS

Psychoterapist and Art-therapist, teacher and supervisor at the Italian Art Therapy (ATI). Co.founders of the Professional Association of Art Therapists. Director of the ludoteca at the Hospital for Sick Children ‘Bambin Gesù’ in Rome. 


PAOLA CARBONE

Psychoanalyst, member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist member of the A.R.P.Ad e SIPSIA. Professor of Dynamic Psycology at the Sapienza University in Rome. President and teacher at the A.R.P.Ad (Associacion Roman of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy for
Adolescent and Young Adults).


TERESA CARRATELLI

Neuropsychiatry, Psychoanalyst, member AIPsIA. Professor of Neuropsychiatry at the La Sapienza-University of Rome.


ELISA CECCARELLI

Judge, giudice minorile, from 2004 President of the Youvenile Court in Emilia Ropmagna.


MIRIAM CHACHAMU

Psychotherapist and consultant of family therapy member of the Association for Family Therapy (AFT) in London. She works at the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in London.


PROPHECY COLES

Child Psychotherapist, member of the Lincoln Centre for Psychotherapy in London. She has published sevral articles and a book on  "Siblings relationship in psychoanalysis”(2004).


PAOLO CRUCIANI

Psychologist, group psychoanalyst and psychoanalyst member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. Professor of Psychology at the Faculty of Medicine at the La Sapienza, University of Rome.  He has been Vice-President of the Professional Order of Italian psychologists.


DOMENICO DI CEGLIE

Psychiatrist, consult child psychiatrist at the Tavistock Clinic,London. Director of the Gender Identity Development Service. He has written many articles and a book on the theme of gender identity : ‘A stranger in my body (1998).


ANTONINO FERRO

Training Psychoanalyst, S.P.I. and I.P.A. and APsA (American Psychoanalytic Association). Past president of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society, teacher and supervisor in several countries in Europa, Nord America, Sud America, Australia. He has written many articles and books translated in several languages.


ELENA FIESCHI VISCARDI

Full member of the SEP (Spanish Society of Psychoanalysis), Child Analyst (IPA), member of the EPF Forum for the Psychoanalysis of Children, co-editor of the Revista Catalana de Psicoanalisis (Journal of the Institut de Psicoanàlisi de Barcelona and the SEP), co-author of the book Processos mentals primaris (ed. Orenta, 2008).


DENIS FLYNN

Psychoanalyst member of the British Psychoanalytical Society and I.P .A. and Child psychotherapist memebr of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic. He has been director of the child and family department of the Cassell Hospital in London.


LILIA GAGNARLI

Psicologist, psycotherapist, teacher and supervisor at the Institute of family Therapy, member of E.F.P.P. e E.F.T.A. He is family therapist and psychoanalytical psychoitherapist member of the Italian Society of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy (SIPP).


PATRIZIA GATTI

Child psychotherapist member of the Associazione Italiana di Psicoterapia Psicoanalitica Infantile (AIPPI). Coordinator of the study group on adoption. She has published several articles on the topic of adoption.


ALESSANDRA GIBBA MARSONI

Child psychotherapist member of the ACP- Tavistock Clinic, London. She has worked at the Hospital for sick children ‘great Ormond Street’ in London. And at the dept. of child psychiatry  at the Hospital North Middlesex.


DEBBIE HINDLE

Child psychotherapist, member of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic, London. She has chaired the course in Child Psychotherapy at the Scottish Institute of Human Relations in Edinburg and has worked at the Child Guidance Clinic in Glasgow as an expert in adoprion and fostering.


DIDIER HOUZEL

Training Psychoanalyst, member of Association Psychanalytique de France and I.P.A. He is Professoor of Child psychiatry at the University of Caen (Normandie). In 2002 he won the Frances Tustin Memorial Prize. He is president of the editorial board of the Journal de la Psychanalyse de l’Enfant.


LEENA KLOCKARS

Training and supervising analyst and Chair of the Psychoanalkytiuc Training Institute of the Finnish Psychoanalytic Society . She has been President of the Finnish Psychoanalytic Society. She has written several articles and  is co-author of several books on child and adolescent psychoanalysis.


NERINA LANDI

Child neuropsichychiatry and child psychotherapist member of the CSMH- Tavistock Model. Director of the Child Guidance Clinic in Florence and teacher and supervisor of the CSMH traing in child psychotherapy


ANNA LANZA

Child psychiatry and child psychotherapist, co-founder of the Italian Society of Psychoanalytical psychotherapy for Infancy, Adolescence and Couples (SIPSIA). Teacher and supervisor at the Training in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy for Couples and Families (PCF).


EGLE LAUFER

President and  co-founder of the Brent Centre with her husband Moses Laufer and Mervin Glasser, Maurice Friedman and Myer Wohl. Eglé and Moses Laufer have been pioneers in the psychoanalysis of adolescents. She is training analyst and supervisor of the British Psychoanalytical Society and with other colleagues has founded Forum on adolescence of the European Psychoanalytic Federation. She has written several books among which 'Adolescence and developmental breakdown ' with Moses Laufer (1984).


MEIRA LIKIERMAN

Child psychotherapyst member of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic, London. Member of the Master in Psychoanalytical Courses at the Oxford University. She has written several articles on child analysis, post-natal depression and psychoanalytic theory.


VITTORIO LINGIARDI

Dynamic psychology at the La Sapienza-University of Rome.


LEONARDO LUZZATTO

Psicoanalyst, member of the S.P.I e I.P.A, consultant at the national health service for the support of victims of violence and has been for thirty years consultan at the Youvenile Court. President of the Center Help Adoption in Rome. 


JEANNE MAGAGNA

Child psychotherapist, member of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic, London. Adult Psycoterapist at the Tavistock Clinic and Family Therapist at the Sheldom Fellow Family Therapy. Consultant at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street in London. Teacher and supervisor at the child psychotherapy courses of the CSMH-Tavistock-Model in Italy.


LUCIA MAGAGNATO

Pediatrician, in Venice. She has written ‘The observation of the baby in the first year of life’ in the volume ‘Working with Meltzer’ and is co-author of the volume ‘ To be born and to grow: the work of a parent’. 


SANDRA MAESTRO

Child neuropsychiatry, psychoanalyst member of the S.P.I and I.P.A. Consultant at the Foundation Stella Maris in Pisa (Tuscany). Chair of the service for ‘parenting support and infancy at risk’. Coordinator of projects in the area of autistic spectrum disorders and in parent- child psychotherapy. 


SUZANNE MAIELLO

Child psychotherapist, member of the AIPPI where she is teacher and supervisors. She has written many articles on child analysis and autism. She has won the Frances Tustin Memorial Prize in 1997.


PAOLA MARIÒN

Training psychoanalyst, member of the SPI and IPA. Child psychotherapist member of the (ASNE-SIPSIA) and teacher and supervisor of the Istitute Winnicott (Corso ASNE-SIPSIA). She has written articles on‘Three essays on sexuality’ on infertility and artificial reproductive technology and a book on sexual identity.


IRENE MATTHIS

Training analyst member of the Swedish Psychoanalytical Society and of the I.P.A. She is one of the founder of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Professor of psychoanalysis and of Clinical Neuroscience at the University Umea, Sweden. He has published several books and articles on psychoanalysis, neuropsychoanalysis and on psychosomatics.


MARIANGLEA MENDEZ DE ALMEIDA

Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist in São Paulo, Brazil. She has been working in the field of mental health and child development since 1982. She has an MA in Psychoanalytic Observational Studies from the Tavistock Clinic -University of East London. She specializes in early interventions on primitive states of mind in children with severe emotional disturbances. She has written chapters for Exploring Feeding Difficulties in Children - The Generosity of Acceptance (edited by G. Williams et al., 2004) and Un Bisogno Vitale (edited by E. Quagliata, 2002).


ELENA MOLINARI

Pediatrician and psychoanalyst member of the S.P.I. and of the I.P.A. She teaches art- therapy at the Accademia of Brera in Milano.


ROBERTA MONDADORI

Consultant Child e Adolescent Psychotherapist, trained at the Tavistock Clinic di Londra . She teaches ”Narcissistic Structures including Eating Disorders” with Gianna Williams at the Clinical Course of the Tavistock at the Centro Studi Martha Harris in Florence. She has written several articles and is co-author of “Generosity of Acceptance . Exploring Eating Disorders in Adolescence” edited by G.Williams et al (Karnac 2004) and “The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy “ a cura di M.Lanyado e A. Horne (Karnac 2009).


DANIELA MONTELATICI PRAWITZ

Training analyst, member of the  Swedesh Psychoanalytical Society (SPS) and of the IPA and child analyst. Coordinator of a psychoanalytical center for babies and parents in Stockolm. She has written several articles on child analysis and is consultant in child guidance clinic in Stockolm.


ANNA MARIA NICOLO'

Child psychiatry, training analyst memebr of the S.P.I. and of the I.P.A. President of the Italian psychoanalytical Society. Teacher and supervisor at the Training in Child, adolescent and couple psychoanalytical psychotherapy ASNE-SIPSIA. Scientifi director of the Journal ‘Interazioni’ and of the International Review of Psychoanalysis of Couples and Families.


SIMONA NISSIM

Child neuropsychiatry and psychoanalyst member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. Child psychotherapist, member and past director of the training in child, adolescent and family psychoanalytical psychotherpay CSMH-Tavistock-Model. Has been European coordinator of the "Child and Adolescence" section of the European Federation of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy (FEEP).


SIMONA KATZ NIRENSTEIN

Musicotherapist and pianist. Co-founder and teacher of the Shir course in psychodynamic musicotherapy in Florence. She has a Master in Psychoanalytic Studies at the Tavistock-University of East London and trained in child psychotherapy at the CSMH-AMHPPIA in Firenze and later at the school of psychoanalytical psychotherapy in Israel.


JACK NOVICK AND KERRY KELLY NOVICK

Child, adolescent and adult psychoanalysts who teach and supervise at many psychoanalytic institutes. They trained with Anna Freud in London, England, and, in addition to their clinical work, have been active in teaching, research, professional organizations, and the community, founding the award-winning non-profit Allen Creek Preschool in Ann Arbor. Their books “Fearful Symmetry: The Development and Treatment of Sadomasochism”, “Working with Parents Makes Therapy Work,” and “Good Goodbyes: Knowing How to End in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis,” have been translated into several other languages. “Emotional Muscle: Strong Parents, Strong Children,” a book originally aimed to parents and teachers, came out in 2010. Their newest book, “Freedom to Choose: Two Systems of Self-Regulation” was published in December, 2016.


VINICIO ONGINI

Expert for the Ministery of Education on Intercultural Studies. He works in the Office for foreign pupils. She is author and co-author of several articles and books on multicultural school and problems of integration.


ISOBEL PICK

Child psychotherapist member of the ACP- Tavistock Clinic, London. Psichoanalyst, member of the British Psychoanalytical Society and of the I.P.A. She teaches at the Tavistock Clinic where she coordinates the Tavistok Outreach Project, a project on offering psychological consultation at primary schools.


MARIO PRIORI

Psychoanalyst, member of the S.P.I. and I.P.A. Child psychotherapist member AIPPI. Teacher and supervisor at the training of the CSMH- Tavistck model in Rome and Florence.


TATJANA PUSHKAROVA

MD, Member of the Ukraine Psychoanalytic Society (Study Group), UAPP Honorary Chair, member of UPS executive committee, IPA member, EFPP delegate from Ukraine, Adult section. She works in the Center for psychosomatics and psychotherapy of the Institute for Pediatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev.


JOAN RAPHAEL-LEFF

Psychoanalyst, member of the British Psychoanalytical Society and of the I.P.A. Professor and director of the Faculty for Psychoanalytic Research at the UCL/Anna Freud Centre in London. She has been Professor of Psychoanalysis at the  Center for psychoanalytical Studies at the University of Essex.  And in 1998 has been a founder of the COWAP – IPA.


MARGUERITE REID

Child psychotherapist, member ACP-Tavistock Clinic, London. She has been the founder of the perinatal Service at the Hospital of Chelsea and Westminster in London.  She teaches at the training in child and adolescent psychoanalysis Tavistock.model. 


MARCO ROSSI-DORIA

Primary school teacher, he has touth in Naples, France, United States and Africa. Has founded the project “Chance - Maestri di strada di Napoli”. He has been member of Committee for poverty at the Ministery of Work and Welfare and of the italian delegation of the ONU for the application of the children rights. He has been part of several Committees of the Ministery of Education and has been sub-secretary of the Ministery of Education.


MARGARET RUSTIN

Child psychotherapist, member of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic, London. Dean of the Postgraduate Studies and Chair of the Professional Committee of the Tavistock. Honorary member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. She is director of the research program in child psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic. From 1986 to 2007 she has been responsable of the training in Child psychotherpay at the Tavistock Clinci in London.


UGO SABATELLO

Child Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst member of the AIPsI (Italian Association of Psychoanalysis) and I.P.A. Consultant of the Service for Children, Adolescents and Parents Psychotherapy  at La Sapienza- University of Rome. Director of Master in: ‘Forensic Psychiatry in child development’.


ANGELIKA STAEHLE

Training and supervising analyst of the German Psychoanalytic Society. For several years director of the psychoanalytic training and member of the board of the DPV. Director of training in child analysis of the DFV/IPA and Chair of the Educational Committee of the IPA. She is co-author of several books: 'Technique in child and adolescent analysis' published by Karnac (2011) and 'Growth and turbulence in the container/contained' Routledge (2013).


DORA SULLAM

Child psychotherapist, member of the CSMH- Taviostock Model. She works in Venice and is president of the Clinical Center  of Psychotherapy for Children adolescent and parents  since 2004. She teaches at the CSMH and she runs work discussion groups for teachers and teaches infant observation.


MARIA CONCETTA SCAVO

Child neuropsychiatry and child psychotherapist for children, parents and families, member of the CSMH- Tavistock Model. She has directed the center for infancy in Venice and is a teacher and supervisor at the courses of the CSMH-Tavistock Model.


NORMA TRACEY

Psiychiotherapist at the New South Wales Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Sydney. She has done a research on premature babies published in the book "Parents of premature infants: their emotional world". Co-founder of the Parent Infant Foundation of Australia.


GEMMA TRAPANESE

Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst member of the SPI and IPA. Chair of the Dept. Of Applied psychoanalysis for Couples and Families; co-founder of the Psychoanalytical Society of the Couple and Family Society. She has published several articles on several Journals and books.


VIRGINIA UNGAR

M.D., psychoanalyst, Training Analyst at the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association (APdeBA). She lives and practices in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She specializes in child and adolescent analysis, was the former the Chair of the IPA's Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis Committee (COCAP) and of the Committee for Integrated Training. She was given the Platinum Konex Award for Psychoanalysis in 2016. She is currently the President of the International Psychoanalytic Association. She has written many articles on child and adolescent psychoanalysis, among which "Psicoanalisi infantile: La consultazioni più frequenti di oggi," Psicoterapia Psicoanalitica , 8. Ungar, V (2013): "Cambiamenti e invarianti psicoanalisi con bambini Nella [Modifiche e invarianti nei bambini psicoanalitiche]" In G. Corrente (a cura di), Gruppale-Duale. Il lavoro clinico in Psicoanalisi con bambini e genitori [Gruppo-Dual: Psychoanalytic Clinic nel lavoro con i bambini i loro genitori], Vol 1. Roma Edizioni Magi [Collezione Immagini dall'inconscio].


CATHY URWIN

Psychotherapist for children, adolescents and families, member of the ACP-Tavistock Clinic. She has been director of the research in children with the autistic spectrum disorder and on the parent- infant work (O-5) at the Tavistock Clinic, London. She has published several articles on child psychotherapy especially psychotherapy with autistic children.


GENI VALLE

Training analyst, teacher and supervisor of the Associazione Italiana di Psicoanalisi AIPsi. Child neuropsychiatrist, she teaches at the training for teachers and staff of the social services in Rome and Orvieto. She has written several articles and books published by Magi.


GIANNA WILLIAMS

Gianna Williams is an Adult and Child Analyst in the British Psychoanalytical Society. She is a former Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and has introduced Tavistock Model Child Psychotherapy Courses in five Italian towns.She has developed Infant Observation as a compulsory module for Child Neuro Psychiatry Students at the University of Pisa.Has been Consultant since 1999 to the NGO "Juntos con los ninos",organisation for street children in Mexico. She is a visiting lecturer in the Tavistock Clinical Doctorate and teaches first year students at the BPAS. She has published a large number of articles and book chapters and written or co-edited several books. Her publications in the area of her main interest (Eating Disorders and unhelpful internal alliances) are: Williams G. (1997)Internal Landscapes and Foreign Bodies Eating. Disorders and Other Pathologies.London.Karnac Williams G.et al eds.(2004) The Genorosity of Acceptance.Vol 1:Feeding Difficulties in Children Vol 2: Eating Disorders in Adolescence. Londo.Karnac



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