Suggestion, persuasion and work: Psychotherapies in communist Europe

@inproceedings{Marks2018SuggestionPA,
  title={Suggestion, persuasion and work: Psychotherapies in communist Europe},
  author={Sarah Marks},
  booktitle={European journal of psychotherapy & counselling},
  year={2018}
}
This article traces what recent research and primary sources tell us about psychotherapy in Communist Europe, and how it survived both underground and above the surface. In particular, I will elaborate on the psychotherapeutic techniques that were popular across the different countries and language cultures of the Soviet sphere, with a particular focus upon the Cold War period. This article examines the literature on the mixed fortunes of psychoanalysis and group therapies in the region. More… CONTINUE READING
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