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Howell, E.F. (2002). Dual Visions, Dual Voices: Reply to Commentary. Psychoanal. Dial., 12(6):971-986.

(2002). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 12(6):971-986

Dual Visions, Dual Voices: Reply to Commentary Related Papers

Elizabeth F. Howell, Ph.D.

An overarching thematic implication of both Grand's discussion of my article and my reply to her discussion is the need for sharing and integration of knowledge and concepts belonging to the separate fields of psychoanalysis and the trauma/dissociation. Grand and I have different expressive voices, both singular and plural, which, I conjecture, are in part reflective of different traditions. Grand's response demonstrates eloquently a problem facing both psychoanalysis and the field of trauma treatment: the tendency of fields, like individuals, to proceed in isolation deprives all from the benefit of shared information. Procrustean beds cannot be shared.

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