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About the Author
Gary Winship is UKCP registered psychotherapist, NMC MHN registered, Associate Professor - Centre for the Study of Human Relations, School of Education, University of Nottingham. He is currently the chair of the appointments panel for the Annual Eileen Skellern Lecture & Blackwell’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Shelley G. MacDonald is a BACP accredited counseling psychotherapist with twenty-five years of experience working in front line services with children and young people, in residential social services and schools. She has also conducted Warner interviews for Voice of the Child. She teaches on the MA Counseling Children and Young People course at the University of Nottingham, and has supervised MA student dissertations. Shelley currently manages a primary school counselling service, offering practice placements for trainees. She has published papers in various journals including the British Journal of Psychotherapy, Perspectives in Psychiatric Care and her monograph on observation was published by UEL.