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Mitchell, S.A. (2004). My Psychoanalytic Journey. Psychoanal. Inq., 24(4):531-541.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 24(4):531-541

My Psychoanalytic Journey

Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.

I am grateful to the editors of Psychoanalytic Inquiry for inviting me to participate in this retrospective issue on our collective psychoanalytic journeys. Life proceeds, both personally and professionally, in such a dense rush that this has provided a precious opportunity for me to take a longer view. Histories of persons, of nations, or of disciplines can be told in many different ways. The most compelling narrative of my own psychoanalytic history, from my current vantage point, is one with not too many surprises but with continuity and progressive deepening and enrichment.

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