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Bartlett, B. (2017). Dwelling in Possibility: Response to Willock and Cornell. Psychoanal. Dial., 27(3):278-281.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27(3):278-281

Dwelling in Possibility: Response to Willock and Cornell Related Papers

Bob Bartlett, Ph.D.

This response to the commentaries by Drs. Willock and Cornell explores themes raised in their commentaries related to regression, containment, and unconscious processes in analyses that feature intergenerational trauma. In addition, this response seeks to elaborate on how a psychoanalyst and patient might respond clinically to the “errand” presented to them by previous generations that “haunt” the treatment as ghosts.

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