The Psychoanalyst's Superegos, Ego Ideals and Blind Spots: The Emotional Development of the Clinician

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Psychotherapists and psychoanalysts enter an emotional relationship when they treat a patient; no matter how experienced they may be, their personalities inform but also limit their ability to recognise and give thought to what happens in the consulting room. The Psychoanalyst's Superegos, Ego Ideals and Blind Spots investigates the nature of these constrictions on the clinician's sensitivity. Vic Sedlak examines clinicians' fear of a superego which threatens to become censorious of themselves or their patient and their ...

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