The Complexity of Subjectivity, Part I (Vol. 1, Issue 13)
Advocating for theoretical pluralism in clinical work is simple. It finds support in the endless complexity of human subjectivity. Today, I use last week’s example, of the patient with women-hatred, to suggest that depth psychotherapists face the infinite, day-in and day-out. As soon as their patients take a seat in their consulting rooms, they encounte…
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