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Krasner, R.F. (1986). Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XIX, 1983: Control Analysis. Helene Deutsch. (Introduction by Paul Roazen.) Pp. 53-67.. Psychoanal Q., 55:204.

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Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XIX, 1983: Control Analysis. Helene Deutsch. (Introduction by Paul Roazen.) Pp. 53-67.

(1986). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 55:204

Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XIX, 1983: Control Analysis. Helene Deutsch. (Introduction by Paul Roazen.) Pp. 53-67.

Ronald F. Krasner

An Appraisal. Miltiades L. Zaphiropoulos. Pp. 67-70.

Several questions regarding the psychoanalysis of candidates in a psychoanalytic institute are addressed. Roazen's introduction sets the stage with a historical overview of the subject. He emphasizes Deutsch's insistence on avoiding dogma and dictum in psychoanalytic technique. Deutsch's article discusses the difficulties of the Budapest group, where the training analyst was also the control analyst (supervisor). The various roles of the supervising analyst are enumerated and discussed. Finally, Deutsch introduces the concept of control (continuous case) seminars. In his appraisal, Zaphiropoulos suggests that the supervising analyst may check on the way a candidate has learned and uses theory. In addition, "the supervising analyst can work as a catalyst for the candidate's work with the patient without becoming either the patient's or the candidate's analyst."


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Krasner, R.F. (1986). Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XIX, 1983. Psychoanal. Q., 55:204

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