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Emeritus Professor Russell Meares interviewed by Dr Kamal Touma

Emeritus Professor Russell Meares , Dr Kamal Touma

A life dedicated to treating the "Untreatable", sufferers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Together with Bob Hobson he developed the Conversational Model, arguably the first effective model for treating BPD. Author of many books, who is Russell Meares? In this conversation with our editor Kamal Touma, Meares shares with us his trajectory from growing up in Melbourne (Australia) to the present day.

Russell Meares latest book: "The Poet's Voice in the Making of Mind", a fascinating inquiry into the origin of mind. Is available now. 

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Emeritus Professor Russell Meares

Russell Meares is an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Sydney University and Director of Mental Health Sciences at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. 

  • Trained at Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals, 1963 -1968, co-founding with Robert Hobson the   Conversational Model of psychotherapy
  • Founder of the academic department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, at the Austin Hospital   1969
  • Foundation Chair of Psychiatry of Sydney University at Westmead Hospital, 1981, Foundation President   of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapy in 1989

His most recent books are: “Intimacy and Alienation”, 2000; “Metaphor of Play”, revised and enlarged edition, 2005.  Awarded Distinguished Psychiatrist of the Year, at UCLA, 2007 and the RANZCP NSW Branch, Meritorious Service Award, 2009.

Dr Kamal Touma

Dr Kamal Touma M.D. is a medical Analytical Psychotherapist in private practice in Sydney, Australia. He is on the faculty of the Sydney University Master of Medicine and Master of Science Psychotherapy Program and on the faculty of Australia and New Zealand Associaton of Psychotherapy (ANZAP). His main interests are the genesis and the trans-generational transmission of trauma, the anxiety mediated polarity of human beings and the psychological underpinning of  sexual disorders. He is the principal and chief editor of Psychevisual.com

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