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Parsons, M. (2008). On: Raiding the Inarticulate: The internal Analytic Setting and Listening Beyond Countertransference. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 89(3):662-662.

(2008). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 89(3):662-662

On: Raiding the Inarticulate: The internal Analytic Setting and Listening Beyond Countertransference Related Papers

Michael Parsons

Dear Editors,

I should like to correct a mistake in the references to my paper Raiding the inarticulate: The internal analytic setting and listening beyond countertransference (2007). In a footnote on p. 1443 I mention two papers by Marie Bridge. One of these is referred to in the bibliography as Moving out: disruption and repair to the analytic setting. The correct title is Moving out: disruption and repair to the internal setting. I apologise for the error, an unfortunate one because I was referring to Bridge's article precisely for her use of the idea of the internal setting.

Reference

Parsons M (2007). Raiding the inarticulate: The internal analytic setting and listening beyond countertransference. Int. J. Psycho-Anal. 88:1441-56.

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