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(1967). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. XII, 1963: The Treatment of a Septuagenarian. Martin Hurvitz. Pp. 99-105.. Psychoanal Q., 36:136.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of the Hillside Hospital. XII, 1963: The Treatment of a Septuagenarian. Martin Hurvitz. Pp. 99-105.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:136

Journal of the Hillside Hospital. XII, 1963: The Treatment of a Septuagenarian. Martin Hurvitz. Pp. 99-105.

The brief treatment of a seventy-one-year-old depressed married man was directed to a relief of his guilt concerning his sexual needs as well as a ventilation of his repressed anger. The criteria for treatment of the elderly are the same as those for the young. Oedipal sequelae and sexual interests persist. The aging process, while gradual, impairs physical integrity and contributes to a loss of self-esteem. Socially, any process which maintains the older person in contact with the mainstream of life prevents the regressions and deteriorations of age.

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Article Citation

(1967). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. XII, 1963. Psychoanal. Q., 36:136

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