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Pepper, C., Ph.D. (2019). Damn the Torpedos! A Treatment Memoir†. Contemp. Psychoanal., 55(1-2):99-115.

(2019). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 55(1-2):99-115

Damn the Torpedos! A Treatment Memoir

Carol Pepper, Ph.D.

A former patient reflects on her treatment with Martin Cooperman, M.D., director of psychotherapy at Chestnut Lodge from 1958 to 1968. As noted in the short introduction by Jay S. Kwawer, Ph.D., who obtained this memoir for us, Cooperman left the Lodge to join Otto Will, M.D., at the Austen Riggs Center, where the author encountered him in his private practice.

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