Rudi Dallos is Emeritus Professor in Clinical Psychology at the University of Plymouth. He has worked as a family therapist for forty years in a variety of settings, including with children, adolescents, eating disorders and most recently families where a child has a diagnosis of autism. He has been engaged in research and practice using concepts from attachment, narrative and systemic therapies which led to the development of the ANT model. This has been developed further as a part manualised treatment – SAFE for families where autism has been diagnosed and also SAFE for Schools an intervention facilitating relationships between parents and teachers. He has published a range of papers and books including, An Introduction to Family Therapy, Working Systemically with Attachment Narratives, Formulation in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Attachment Narrative Therapy and most recently, Don’t Blame the Parents.
Rudi can be reached at: R.Dallos@plymouth.ac.uk