IJP Editorial Board
IJP EDITORIAL TEAM
Courtenay Young, (Scotland, UK): firstname.lastname@example.org;
B.Sc.; PostGradCertEd; Dip. Psych; UKCP registered psychotherapist; NHS Counsellor; Eclectic (Humanistic, Body-oriented, Transpersonal) psychotherapist in private practice.
Publishing Editor & Editorial Office:
Tom Ormay, (Hungary): email@example.com;
Former Editor, IJP; Editor: Journal of Group Analysis. Group Analyst.
Alexander Filz, (Ukraine): firstname.lastname@example.org;
MD; PhD: Assoc Prof; psychiatrist; psychoanalytical psychotherapist, lecturer at University of Lviv.
Alicja Heyda, (Poland): email@example.com;
Ph.D. in Medical Biology; Psychologist, psychotherapist, psychotherapy supervisor, psycho-oncologist, researcher; Certified Breathwork Practitioner (GBTA); Vice-President of Polish Federation for Psychotherapy; Board member of Polish Association for Integrative Psychotherapy; Vice-Chair of Science and Research Committee (SRC) of EAP; Affiliations: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology, Gliwice Branch, Poland.
Marzena Rusanowska (Poland): firstname.lastname@example.org;
Ph.D. program (5th year); Institute of Psychology; Department of Philosophy; Jagiellonian University, Poland. Currently in USA.
Godehard Stattmüller (Ger.); Joanna Graham Wilson (Fr.); Victoria Orlova (Ru.)
Journal & Editorial Administration: email@example.com
IJP EDITORIAL BOARD 2016
- Snezana Milenkovic (Serbia): e-mail; Ph.D.; University Professor of Psychotherapy at the University of Novi Sad; Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology; Honorary President of the Serbian Union of Associations of Psychotherapy (SUAP); President of the Serbian Society for Integrative Art Psychotherapy.
- Peter Schütz (Austria): e-mail; M.Sc., MBA, Lecturer Economic University Vienna; President & teaching psychotherapist Austrian training center for NLP & NLPt; Psychotherapist, ECP; Austrian Circle for Group Dynamic and Group Psychotherapy (OeAGG); Elected counsellor, Vienna Chamber of Commerce (coaching & counselling chapter).
- Renée Oudijk (The Netherlands): e-mail; Dutch Certified Psychotherapist, private praxis in Sittard, NL; Researcher Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Research Centre for Innovative Entrepreneurship, Sittard, NL; Director School of Psychodrama, Sittard, NL; Ph.D. student at Maastricht University NL; Dept. Economy: Marketing of Services Education; M.A. Social and Community Studies, Medical Dept., De Montfort University Leicester, UK; B.A. Social Agology, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Tilburg, NL; B.A. Pedagogy and Developmental Psychology of Special Needs, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Tilburg, NL; Associations: Chairperson European Training Standard Committee (ETSC); Trainer, Educator, Practitioner, Psychodrama, TEP, Nordic Board (NO, SE, FI) and Dutch Belgian Board of Examiners (BE, NL); International Expert Psychodrama, EAP Training Accrediting Committee (TAC).
- Milena Karlinska-Nehrebecka (Poland): e-mail; President of Polish Federation for Psychotherapy, Vice President of Polish Association for Integrative Psychotherapy, Training Department Director of the Polish Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy, Ph.D. graduate of the University of Sigmund Freud in Vienna; psychotherapy supervisor, clinical psychologist; member of Scientific & Research Committee (SRC) of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP).
- Vesna Petrovic (Serbia): e-mail; Ph.D.; University Professor of Theoretical and Practical Psychology at the Union University of Belgrade; Head of the Masters in Psychotherapy Programme, Faculty of Low and Business Studies dr Lazar Vrkatić Novi Sad; Founder and President of the Serbian Association of Integrative Psychotherapy, Member of Scientific & Research Committee (SRC) of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP).
- Barbara FitzGerald (Ireland): e-mail; Registered psychotherapist, Irish Council of Psychotherapy; President of the European Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies.
- Godehard Stadmüller (Germany): e-mail;
M.D., Neurologist, Psychiatrist, Psychosomatic Medicine; Trainer in Behavioural Psychotherapy & Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; Teacher (Docunt) in German Association of Depth Psychotherapy; Teaching Fellow in Bonding Psychotherapy; former Medical Director of Adula Clinic for Psychosomatic Medicine.
- Heward Wilkinson, (UK): e-mail; D. Psychotherapy (Middlesex U); MSc Psychotherapy (Leeds U); MA (Lancaster); BA (Cantab); Certificate in Education; Registered Mental Nurse; Registered Integrative Psychotherapist, United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), Accredited UKCP Supervisor; IJP Founding Editor; Honorary Member, European Association for Psychotherapy; Honorary Fellow, UKCP; Honorary Fellow European Association for Integrative Psychotherapy; Founder Director, Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute; 3 times Chair of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College of UKCP; Committee Member of De Vere Society; Committee Member of Leavis Society.
Anne Colgan, (Ireland) (new): e-mail; MIACP, MIAHIP, MECP, SIAHIP, Psychotherapist, Clinical Director, Vice-Chair of Irish Council of Psychotherapy
Ingrid Pirker-Binder, (Austria) (new): e-mail; MA (Economics), MA (Pedagogics), PhD (Psychotherapy: SFU); AAPB, ISMA, Health Consultant, Psychotherapist (Logotherapy & Existential Analysis), Author, Lecturer.
We are in the process of completing all the affiliations of the Editorial Board (and the International Advisory Board) as part of the application process to the PubMedCentral, Scopus, and the Thompson-Reuters Social Science Citations Index.
IJP EDITORIAL BOARD MEETINGS (2017)Our most recent face-to-face meeting of the IJP Editorial Board was in Zagreb in October, 2016. The Editorial Board sometimes also 'meets' via skype conference call in between the face-to-face meetings. There are regular e-mail updates; also with the International Advisory Board (here).
We welcome any level of involvement and participation.
We are also very open to new people wishing to join the IJP Editorial Board - given the necessary 'proviso' of being able to attend (face-to-face) at (most of) the 2 or 3 regular EAP meetings per annum, usually in mid-Feb, in late June or early July, and in mid-October. We only require that someone (a) asks to join, and (b) submits a short CV, before their name can be put for election at the next IJP Editorial Board meeting.
The next IJP Editorial Board meeting will be in Vienna in February 2017.
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