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About the Author
Linda Cundy is an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist with a private practice in North London. She has taught for two decades on counselling and psychotherapy courses and is also an independent trainer specializing in attachment, human development, and clinical practice. She is Course Director and lead tutor of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Attachment-based Therapy, and consultant to the Foundation Diploma in Attachment-based Counseling, both at the Wimbledon Guild. She is Chair of Hackney Bereavement Service, which offers face-to-face and real-time online bereavement counseling to residents of the London Borough of Hackney aged fifty and over. Trained as a counselor in the 1980s, Linda worked for a number of years for ChildLine and for mental health services until retraining at the Bowlby Centre in the 1990s.
Table of ContentsACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS INTRODUCTION LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING FORWARD by Linda CundyCHAPTER ONE Attachment, self-experience, and communication technology: love in the age of the Internet - Linda CundyCHAPTER TWO A tangled web: Internet pornography, sexual addiction, and the erosion of attachment - John BeveridgeCHAPTER THREE Net gains and losses: digital technology and the couple - Anne Power and Linda CundyCHAPTER FOUR Desire and memory: the impact of Internet pornography on the couple relationship, and processing of early trauma in therapy - Jenny RiddellCHAPTER FIVE Surviving as a psychotherapist in the twenty-first century - Linda CundyCHAPTER SIX The use of telephone and Skype in psychotherapy: reflections of an attachment therapist - Niki ReevesCHAPTER SEVEN Finding words: the use of email in psychotherapy with a disorganised and dissociating client - Tony HanfordCHAPTER EIGHT The ethereal m/other - Linda CundyCHAPTER NINE It takes a village: co-creation of community in the digital age - Lindsay HamiltonINDEX