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Myers, P. (1996). Sandor Ferenczi and Patients' Perceptions of Analysis. Brit. J. Psychother., 13(1):26-36.

(1996). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(1):26-36

Ferenczi Revisited

Sandor Ferenczi and Patients' Perceptions of Analysis

Piers Myers

This article traces the development of Sandor Ferenczi's conviction that patients' analytic material might be understood, in part, as a valid unconscious portrayal and critique of the way their analyses were being conducted. Ferenczi's own clinical records are re-examined and indicate that he failed to appreciate the possibility that the alterations he had made to the frame of his analytic relationships might be represented in such portrayals.

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