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June 21, 2018Heather Brunskell-Evans

I am featured in June by Cambridge Scholars Publishers as one of their authors of the month in June 2018.

As part of our Meet our Authors campaign, the publishers  are offering readers a 50% discount on both the hardback and paperback editions of Transgender Children and Young People: Born in Your Own Body for one month only!

i.       Dr Melissa Midgen. The Tavistock and Portland Gender Development Identity Clinic :

“The editors of this groundbreaking book, Heather Brunskell-Evans and Michele Moore, deserve both our congratulations and our gratitude for compiling such a comprehensive selection of arguments, which together provide an analysis of the complex phenomenon that falls under the term ‘trans’, an analysis that is very different from the narrative currently capturing the minds of young people and professionals alike.”

Read More in the Journal of Child Psychotherapy 2018

 ii.      James Caspian, psychotherapist

“This is a radical book, a courageous book, a necessary book and one that raises many uncomfortable questions about transgenderism and how society has responded to it, specifically with reference to children and young people. The authors have been prepared to put their careers and reputations on the line in the service of opening for discussion the points of view and experience of people who insist on thinking critically and voicing views and experiences that are extremely challenging to those promoting a ‘one size fits all’ approach to transgenderism”.

Read More in the Journal of Analytical Psychology, September 2018

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