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Feiner, A.H. Holden, D. (1993). Errors and Innovations: An Exchange. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 2(2):80-89.
   

(1993). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 2(2):80-89

Errors and Innovations: An Exchange

Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D. and Donald Holden

Introduction by Alan Grey

This paper is unusual. For instance, one of its authors is a distinguished graphic artist, with interesting ideas about psychoanalytic treatment as a creative process. His collaborator is Arthur Feiner, who has been the editor of Contemporary Psychoanalysis for many years. As you can see, the paper itself is a dialogue between them, closely following an actual audiotape recording. Their theme has been much neglected. Immediately upon reading the paper, it occurred to me that it belongs in the Forum. For one thing, its important ideas are presented in a very readable fashion. Its informality sets a model inviting a wider range of creative thought about problems of our profession and how to approach them. It identifies our journal as something more than another analytic publication for reiteration of old dogmas.

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