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Marcus, P. (1995). Sexual Abuse: A Review Essay. Psa. Books, 6(1):125-135.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Books, 6(1):125-135

Sexual Abuse: A Review Essay

Review by:
Paul Marcus, Ph.D.

Psychoanalysis, as a treatment approach, is in its element when it is dealing with the thoughts, feelings, dreams, and fantasies that a person has in the course of living in an “average expectable environment,” in other words, a background not without its pangs and sorrows, but still one that most analysts would probably regard as more or less stable and within the normative range.

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