Arthur "Bunny" Barron was child psychoanalyst. As a teenager he had volunteered at the first Hawkspur Camp (a Q-Camp), a residential provision for boys with learning and behavioral difficulties. It was at the camp he met the psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Marjorie Franklin. They remained friends and in 1944 she asked him to become Camp Chief at the second Hawkspur Camp, 1944-45. After the War, Barron trained under the guidance of Anna Freud and worked as a child care consultant and child psychoanalyst, championing 'planned environment therapy'. In 1963 he joined Franklin's Planned Environment Therapy Discussion Group, and supporter her to establish the Planned Environment Therapy Trust in 1966, agreeing to act as one of the Clinical Trustees (later, Executive Trustee). Barron edited the associated journal, the Studies in Environment Therapy, 1968-1989.