Karle, Hellmut (William Arthur)
KARLE, Hellmut (William Arthur)
KARLE, Hellmut (William Arthur). British (born Germany), b. 1932. Genres: Psychology. Career: Aycliffe Hospital, Durham, England, clinical psychologist, 1954-56; North Wales Child Guidance Service, clinical psychologist, 1956-60; East Sussex County Council, educational psychologist, 1960-70; Lingfield Hospital School, educational psychologist, 1970-72; Guy's Hospital, London, England, principal psychologist, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1972-90, director of Linbury Research Project, 1981-86, acting head of Child Psychology Services, 1990-91; retired to breed pigs, 1994. Royal College of Midwives, visiting lecturer, 1963-78; Brighton Polytechnic, part-time lecturer, 1963-78; University of Sussex, field tutor, 1966-70; Medway and Maidstone College of Technology, part-time lecturer, 1970-76; Mayfield College, chairperson of board of governors, 1974-77. Consultant to Pestalozzi Children's Village Trust. Publications: (with J.H. Boys) Hypnotherapy: A Practical Handbook, 1987; Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy: A Patient's Guide, 1988, reprinted as Thorson's Introductory Guide to Hypnotherapy, 1992; The Filthy Lie: Discovering and Recovering from Childhood Sexual Abuse, 1992. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to psychology journals. Address: c/o Free Association Books, 57 Warren St, London W1P 5PA, England.