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The invisible woman
  • R. Krausz
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The Lancet
  • 1 February 1994
This paper explores the meaning of experiences of invisibility in women. It was inspired in the course of psychotherapy with a woman who felt invisible in her feminine identity and who hid herExpand
Poetry Shrink-Wrapped: A Retired Analyst Compares Poetry and Psychoanalysis
Retirement is most satisfying when it embraces an artistic endeavour, as both self-analysis and art pursue emotional truth. Psychoanalysis and poetry share the same root, which is free association.Expand
The King’s Speech: The Process of Psychoanalysis, or Finding One’s Voice
The relationship between King George VI and his speech therapist, Lionel Logue, as depicted in the award-winning film The King’s Speech (2010) resembles an extraordinary psychoanalytic dance betweenExpand