Denise Guy

Professor Doug Sellman is Director of the National Addiction Centre, Dept of Psychological Medicine, University of Otago Medical School, Christchurch campus Collaborating with colleagues and supervising research students, he is currently involved in a full range of alcohol, drug and addiction related projects.

Doug has been active in the development of alcohol and drug teaching at the Christchurch School of Medicine & Health Sciences over the past fifteen years.

Since 1994 he has been consultant to the alcohol and drug stream of the Youth Specialty Service in Christchurch, a specialist mental health service for people aged 13-18 years.

He is an enthusiastic member of the Harewood Golf Course in Christchurch and an active opponent of dieting, gym attendance and declaring war on anything.

Denise Guy

Dr Denise Guy is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with specialty expertise in Infant Mental Health.

She has a strong commitment to the education and supervision of clinicians from many disciplines who work with children, their families and wider systems.

She is currently Vice-President of the Infant Mental Health Association Aotearoa New Zealand (IMHAANZ). She is involved in supervision and training for the Watch, Wait, and Wonder Intervention.

Denise Guy

Jo Stuthridge MSc is a psychotherapist and Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst. She maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Dunedin and is co-director of the Physis Institute which offers training in transactional analysis psychotherapy.

Her work as a psychotherapist is informed by an interest in child development, constructivism and a relational approach to practice. Jo has been invited to present her work at two overseas conferences during the past year. She is currently a co-editor of the Transactional Analysis Journal.

She lives in Dunedin with her partner and four sons who continue to return home like the local albatrosses.