The BGJ Team
The BGJ is produced by an editorial team who you can see and read about below.
We are very grateful for the generous work by our action editors and peer reviewers and for the support of our advisers whose names are also listed.
Christine Stevens – Editor
Christine Stevens, Ph.D. is a Gestalt therapist living and working in Nottingham, UK, where she maintains a private and National Health Service practice. She manages a clinical training unit for psychotherapy in primary care. She is a tutor and academic advisor for the DPsych in psychotherapy by professional studies and in public works at Metanoia Institute, London, and is an international trainer and teacher.
She is co-editor of Making Research Matter: Researching for change in the theory and practice of councelling and psychotherapy, to be published by Routledge in September 2015. She has contributed to What is Psychotherapeutic Research, D. Loewenthal and D. Winter, (eds.) 2006 Karnac; Handbook for Theory, Research and Practice in Gestalt Therapy P. Brownell (ed.), 2008, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and Community, Psychotherapy and Life Focus, B. O’Neil (ed.) 2009 Ravenwood Press, and has published several articles. Her research interests include creative methodologies in psychotherapy and supervision. She is a member of the Scientific Board of the EAGT.
Christine is a practising artist, since graduating in BA Fine Art in June 2014.
Caroline Hutcheon – Production Editor
Caroline Hutcheon has worked for the British Gestalt Journal since 1997, where she has two roles.
As production editor, she proofreads and prepares for publication all the journal articles and other content, liaising as necessary with Christine, authors and the editorial team. She also works closely with the typesetter and the printers during the production process.
As printed sales and subscriptions administrator, she makes sure the subscription list is up to date, deals with enquiries and renewals and with new subscribers. She also handles sales of printed back issues. When an issue is published, she arranges the distribution and despatches the journals to our direct subscribers. She works one day a week, usually Monday.
Alice Gale-Feeny - Editorial Assistant