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Anderson, H.M. (1992). The self analysis of an experienced analyst: development and application of an uncommonly effective technique. Free Associations, 3(1):111-135.

(1992). Free Associations, 3(1):111-135

Psychoanalytic Technique

The self analysis of an experienced analyst: development and application of an uncommonly effective technique

Harry M. Anderson

Introduction

After my analytic training, I became the unwitting host of an unusual sequence of curiosities. I did not plan them. Nor did I anticipate any of the links in the chain. In time, I saw that they were parts of a great orchestrated mix and that I was being led to new knowledge by a teacher more reliable than experience.

Without telling me, these interests carried me into a self analysis that became the cornerstone of a profusion of opportunities.

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