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Dexter, J. (2002). Adolescent Case Presentation. J. Clin. Psychoanal., 11(4):532-551.

(2002). Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis, 11(4):532-551

Adolescent Case Presentation

Jane Dexter, M.D.

Dr. Ted Becker was the author's supervisor for an unusual and challenging case of a 20-year-old adolescent student. A talented composer, she suffered from substantial depressions, prolonged insomnia, nightmares, and amnesia following the loss of her mother at age 16 and her beloved grandmother four years later. In addition, she experienced conflicts with intimacy and body image issues and accompanying sexual inhibitions.

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