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Ragen, T. (2012). Frank in Light of Ferenczi: Commentary on Paper by Kenneth A. Frank. Psychoanal. Dial., 22(3):341-343.

(2012). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(3):341-343

Frank in Light of Ferenczi: Commentary on Paper by Kenneth A. Frank

Therese Ragen, Ph.D.

The subject of this discussion is Kenneth A. Frank's Paper “Strangers to ourselves: exploring the limits and potentials of the analyst's self awareness in self- and mutual analysis”. The author looks at Frank's ideas about this subject in light of some of the reflections put forth on it by Sandor Ferenczi, the “father” of mutual analysis. It seems that Ferenczi's thoughts about this are quite consonant with Frank's on both the potentials and limitations of the analyst's self awareness in self and mutual.

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