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Aizley, S.F. (1999). From Paranoia through Phobia to the Beginnings of Love. Mod. Psychoanal., 24(1):75-86.

(1999). Modern Psychoanalysis, 24(1):75-86

From Paranoia through Phobia to the Beginnings of Love

Sandra Fox Aizley, M.S.W.

This article describes the analysis of a patient who moved from the use of paranoid character defenses to a phobic symptom and eventually to the stirrings of self and object love. The interventions of the analyst and the communications of the patient that facilitated this progress are discussed.

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