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Thomson, J. (2004). Transference Theory and Everyday Life. Free Associations, 11(1):17-35.

(2004). Free Associations, 11(1):17-35

Transference Theory and Everyday Life

Jean Thomson

Does the transference relationship between patient and therapist ever end? Rather than use a clinical case study, two plays are discussed here to demonstrate a complex intermingling of work and personal life and how this was seen in the early days of psychoanalysis.

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