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Timms, E. (2013). Wilhelm Stekel's Dialogue with Sigmund Freud: The Case for Brief Therapy and the Symbolism of Dreams. Psychoanal. Hist., 15(2):207-220.
    

(2013). Psychoanalysis and History, 15(2):207-220

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Wilhelm Stekel's Dialogue with Sigmund Freud: The Case for Brief Therapy and the Symbolism of Dreams

Edward Timms

How are we to explain the neglect of Stekel's role in the history of psychoanalysis, especially as a pioneer of brief therapy? This question has fascinated me since the early 1990s, after the discovery in New York of the typescript memoirs of Fritz Wittels with their tribute to Stekel's therapeutic genius (Timms, 1995, pp. 112-16).

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