Changing Sexualities and Parental Functions in the Twenty-First Century

Editor : Candida Se Holovko, Editor : Frances Thomson-Salo

Changing Sexualities and Parental Functions in the Twenty-First Century

Book Details

  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Published : 2017
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 266
  • Category :
  • Catalogue No : 39024
  • ISBN 13 : 9781782204947
  • ISBN 10 : 1782204946

About the Editor(s)

Cândida Sé Holovko is a full member of IPA and the Brazilian Psychoanalytical Society of São Paulo (SBPSP); co-chair of COWAP for Latin America; a liaison member of COWAP-IPA with SBPSP, 2005/2008; Regional Editor for the Latin American Journal Calibán (2012/2014); member in training with the Institute de Psychosomatique Pierre Marty de Paris; coordinator of a psychoanalytical psychosomatics group linked to the Institute of Paris; member of a psychosomatic study group at SBPSP; chief Editor of the Institute’s Journal (Jornal de Psicanálise), 2009-2010, in which two volumes were dedicated to COWAP themes of Masculinities/Femininities (June and December, 2009). She has published on masculine and feminine psychosexuality, mind-body relations and psychosomatics.

Frances Thomson Salo trained with the British Society as a child and adult psychoanalyst, is a Training analyst and past President of the Australian Psychoanalytical Society, Chair of the International Psychoanalytical Association Committee of Women in Psychoanalysis, an editorial board member of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis, a consultant infant mental health clinician at the Royal Women's Hospital and child psychotherapist at the Royal Children's Hospital, an Honorary Fellow of the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, an Associate Professor on the faculty of the University of Melbourne Graduate Diploma for Infant and Parent Mental Health, and has published on child and infant-parent psychotherapy.

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