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Davidson, L. (1974). Honesty in Psychoanalytic Training. Contemp. Psychoanal., 10:242-247.

(1974). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 10:242-247

Honesty in Psychoanalytic Training

Leah Davidson, M.D.

THE AVERAGE CANDIDACY IN most psychoanalytic institutes lasts five years and consists of three separate interpersonal areas: analysis, supervision, and courses. It also has three separate intrapsychic facets: personal development, learning process, and psychoanalytic insight. Because of the idealistic nature of the aims of this training, personal development and learning processes are frequently ignored so that analytic insight can be further clarified in both supervision and course work.

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