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Leo Stone's "The Widening Scope of Indications for Psychoanalysis" has had a major influence on the way almost two generations of American psychoanalysts have been taught to think about and practice psychoanalysis. Contemporary elaborations and extensions of the ideas contained in Stone's paper have, however, been used to move us steadily toward a shift in… (More)
In this course, we will look at destructive process in the patient, in the analyst, and within the analytic situation. We will make the assumption that varieties of destructiveness exist in every treatment, ranging from the implict to the explicit, from the mild to the severe and intractable. Utilizing a predominantly relational perspective, but borrowing… (More)