Inge Pretorius

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Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, UCL, West London Mental Health NHS Trust

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Inge-Martine Pretorius, PhD (Microbiology) and DPsych (Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy), qualified as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Anna Freud Centre (AFC) in London where she works in various programmes. She is a Clinical Tutor for Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology at University College London and the AFC where she organises and teaches the MSc Child Development course.  She works part-time in the NHS, running a Child Psychotherapy Service in a Children’s Centre in a deprived area of London. She has published in the field of molecular genetics and psychoanalysis and is co-editor with Marie Zaphiriou Woods, of Parents and toddlers in groups: a psychoanalytic developmental approach.  Routledge: London and New York (2011). Together with Norka Malberg, she published, Anna Freud’s Legacy: The Revised Provisional Diagnostic Profile (2016):  Historical Backdrop and Contemporary Integration, in a special edition (2017) of the Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 16:2, 127-186.

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