Robin Skynner

1922 - 2000
country of citizenship:  United Kingdom
languages spoken, written or signed:  English

Robin Skynner (16 August 1922 in Cornwall–24 September 2000 in Islington, London) was a psychiatric pioneer and innovator in treating mental illness. As a young man during World War II, Skynner was a Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot who flew the Mosquito twin-engined fighter bomber, and the destruction he had to take part in drew him to psychiatry. Trained in group analysis and working as child psychiatrist and family therapist, he employed group-analytic principles in that therapeutic modality. He was a gifted teacher and practitioner of psychotherapy with individuals, groups, families, couples, and institutions. He was also a prolific writer. Source: Wikipedia (en)


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