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“Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective.”
“: NetLibrary, 1999); idem, Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective (State Univ. of New York Press, 1994; reprint ed.,”
“A: I first saw them illustrated in a book called "Psychoanalytic Approaches to Art"… When I came to them they looked incredibly contemporary, and I hadn't seen any of them before.”
“Now, as a psychoanalyst and licensed psychotherapist, I have studied the effects of this trauma on Pan Am employees, completing a dissertation in 1998 entitled A Psychoanalytic Exploration of the Fall of Pan American World Airways.”
“The success of their intensive two-year training program, called the China American Psychoanalytic Alliance (CAPA), has been the result of several overlapping factors: Chinese doctors - whose training has been limited to drug prescription - are hungry for new theories and techniques to treat patients.”
“For instance, Harold P. Blum, “Little Hans: A Centennial Review and Reconsideration,” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 55 2007: 749–65, mentions the footnote only in passing at the end of a long review of the literature.”
“Stephen Frosh, “Freud, Psychoanalysis and Anti-Semitism,” Psychoanalytic Review 91 2004: 327.”
“Weininger appears perhaps because a discussion at the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society had recently mentioned him.”
“Fenichel, “Elements of a Psychoanalytic Theory,” 12.”
““By schooling the clinician in the ‘stages of dying,’ Kübler-Ross helps free us from our fear, anxiety, and guilt in the presence of the dying,” he wrote in the Psychoanalytic Review in 1979.”
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