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Editorial Advisory Board 

Certain colleagues (and friends) have been invited - and have accepted - to become members of the BPP Editorial Advisory Board.

  • Courtenay Young (Scotland, UK)BPP Director
  • Angel Buster  (Netherlands)          Assistant Editor
  • Laura Steckler (UK)
  • Nick Totton (UK)
  • Frank Röhricht (UK)
  • Jacqueline A. Carleton (USA)
  • Christine Caldwell (USA)
  • Joop Valstar (Netherlands)
  • François & Christianne Lewin (France)
  • Halko Weiss (USA & Germany)
  • Erik Jarlnaes & Lisbeth Marcher (Denmark)
  • Garry Cockburn (New Zealand)
  • Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar (Israel)
  • Patricia Estrada (Mexico)
  • Xavier Serrano (Spain)
  • Rubens Kignel (Brazil)
  • Luciano Rispoli (Italy)
  • Maurizio Stupiggia (Italy)
  • Kathrin Stauffer (UK)
  • Michael Soth (UK)
  • Victoria Berezkina-Orlova (Russia)
  • Mark Ludwig (USA)
  • Rae Johnson (USA)
- and we would like several more,especially from countries not yet represented!

The main 'work' involved in being a member of the Editorial Advisory Board is to be aware of articles being published, or that have been published, in your area of expertise, in your language, or in your country, that would fit the content and themes of these evolving series of volumes - and, especially if in a different language, may therefore be worth while getting translated for English publication: or maybe in a new area of expertise (or a new modality) that is emerging into the developing 'field' of Body Psychotherapy.
It is also to
look over some of the draft material, well before final publication, and (possibly) suggest any corrections or improvements; as well as to generally promote Body Psychotherapy Publications in whatever way is appropriate.
It is also (possibly) to choose a theme for a new volume of BPP from your own area of expertise, select appropriate articles, and then write an editorial introduction for that volume.
If you feel drawn towards this sort of role with BPP, or if you know someone who may be interested, please contact us.

Body Psychotherapy Publications is supported by EABP and recommended by USABP

* We have a new promotional leaflet about our 2014 titles: here.