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Hallerman, B. (1996). On Long Analyses Presenter: Warren Poland, M.D. Discussant: Joyce Lerner, C.S.W. April 28, 1995. Am. J. Psychoanal., 56(1):100-101.

(1996). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 56(1):100-101

On Long Analyses Presenter: Warren Poland, M.D. Discussant: Joyce Lerner, C.S.W. April 28, 1995

Betsy Hallerman, C.S.W.

Penetrating questions about the state of psychoanalysis in the age of managed care were at the heart of Warren Poland's stimulating and provocative talk on the “problem” of long analyses.

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