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Consultant Psychiatrist and lead clinician of the Traumatic Stress Service at the Maudsley Hospital. Author: From Pain to Violence, The Traumatic Origins of Destructiveness. Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London, Group Analyst, Systemic Therapist and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Founder member of the International Attachment Network and author of numerous papers on Attachment, PTSD and the origins of violence.

Currently holds the post of Honorary Fellow in Developmental Psychology at the University of Dundee, where she has been based for the past two decades. Her research interests focus on the early communicative abilities of infants, although she now spends most of her time disseminating scientific information about humans’ innate connectedness to the public. Dr Zeedyk works closely with organisations such as the Scottish Violence Research Unit, Homestart, Starcatchers the Archie Foundation, the Wave Trust and a number of city councils.

Consultant Speech and Language Therapist and Trust Lead for Speech and Language Therapy in South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, London. Regional Adviser in Child Mental Health for the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Co-author, The Selective Mutism Resource Manual.

Works at the Centre for Separated Families, a national charity that uses whole family interventions to support parents in bringing about better outcomes for their children after divorce or separation. Delivers training to other professionals working with family separation, both in the UK and abroad. Co-author of The Guide for Separated Parents (2009) and Divorce for Dads (2010). Also written parenting information for the Government's Child Maintenance Options Service, BBC Online, the Separated Dad's Guide and dad.

University Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. Research interests include the biology and cognitions of adolescent depression and self-harm. He also investigates the treatment and prognosis of adolescent depression and self-harm, including how genes and hormones moderate response to treatment.

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