Wrestling With The Transference

A Post-Modern Introduction (Vol. 1, Issue 21)

When confused about psychoanalytic ideas—a common experience for practitioners and patients alike—clarity may be found by remembering its primary tenets. It is the unique focus on the unconscious that differentiates the psychoanalytic approaches from others. The unconscious exists along a continuum beyond where conscious experience ends. On the border b…

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