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Holmes, C. (1995). Doing Supervision and Being Supervised by Robert Langs. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1994; 269 pages; £19.95.. Brit. J. Psychother., 12(1):128-130.
  

(1995). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(1):128-130

Doing Supervision and Being Supervised by Robert Langs. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1994; 269 pages; £19.95.

Review by:
Carol Holmes

Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy have generally tended to focus on the intrapsychic and distorted aspects of the patient's relationship with past early important figures. Robert Langs's development of the communicative approach to psychoanalytic psychotherapy, in contrast, acknowledges as one of the critical factors of the therapeutic relationship the patient's valid unconscious perceptions of important others. The approach is therefore concerned with the influence on the patient of the harmful inputs of the therapist.

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