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Ormont, L.R. (2004). Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue. Psychoanal. Perspect., 2(1):3-3.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 2(1):3-3

Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue Related Papers

Louis R. Ormont, Ph.D.

Dear Editors,

I read the first issue of Psychoanalytic Perspectives and I found it compelling and highly readable. I enjoyed the high quality of writing and obviously excellent editing that went into the production of this issue. I hope you have ongoing success in this venture. This publication can make a significant contribution to the literature of psychotherapy. I particularly found the article by James L. Fosshage, “Some Reflections on ‘What Is a Psychoanalytic Relationship?’ and ‘How Does It Effectuate Change?’” engrossing and enlightening. Dr. Fosshage underlines the emergence of the analyst as a responsive, emotionally communicating agent of healing. The author traces the journey from the intrapsychic to the interpersonal emphasis in treatment. It is the nature of the relationship that matters.

LOUIS R. ORMONT, Ph.D.

Psychoanalyst; Founder, Center for Group Studies, New York, NY; Clinical Professor of Psychology, Group Therapy Dept.,

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