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The Empathy Trap
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Dr Jane McGregor is a freelance writer and trainer, and a part-time lecturer at the Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham. Her academic subject area is public health. She holds a PhD in this area, gained at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and funded by the Wellcome Trust. Jane previously worked in the NHS and voluntary sector for many years, mostly in the field of addiction treatment, and she has published widely in this area.
Tim McGregor is a freelance consultant, writer and trainer. He is a mental health practitioner of many years' standing and has worked in both the NHS and the UK voluntary sector, most recently as a commissioning advisor. Tim has a keen interest in evidence-based approaches to behaviour change and this forms the foundation of much of his training work.

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"Written in clear and simple language, this book encapsulates and renders accessible otherwise complicated terms and relational paradigms." * Erma Cooper *
"With an energetic mix of scientific research and revealing real-life experiences, Tim and Jane McGregor get beyond the obvious traits of sociopathic behaviour, to explore its effects on those who live and work with them." * Louise Chunn, founder, wellbeing.org *
"Revelational and helpful. It explained for the first time a bullying process I had been subjected to, as a professional in an empathic profession. All it takes for evil to flourish is a few people to do nothing." * Deirdre Boyd, CEO, Addiction Recovery Foundation *
"A must-read for anyone who has lived through the nightmare of a sociopathic encounter." * 'Peace', author of "Psychopath Free" *

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