Dr Chloe Campbell is Deputy Director of the Psychoanalysis Unit. Her research interests include mentalizing, epistemic trust and attachment theory. Recent publications include ‘What we have changed our minds about: Part 1. Borderline personality disorder as a limitation of resilience,’ ‘What we have changed our minds about: Part 2. Borderline personality disorder, epistemic trust and the developmental significance of social communication’ in Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation.
She is series co-editor, with Dr Liz Allison, of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families/Routledge Best Practice Series.
Dr Campbell was educated at Cambridge, LSE and SOAS. She has a PhD in History and has published a book on the history of eugenic thought, on the basis of her doctoral research. She is particularly interested in pursuing the interdisciplinary implications of recent theoretical developments in the area of epistemic trust, culture and psychopathology.