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Dorn, R.M. Stein, H.F. Moore, B.E. (2006). Genealogy in Psychoanalytic Education: Reinforced Adherence or Useful Aids Toward Individuation?. Psychoanal. Psychol., 23(1):8-29.

(2006). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 23(1):8-29

Genealogy in Psychoanalytic Education: Reinforced Adherence or Useful Aids Toward Individuation?

Robert M. Dorn, M.D., Howard F. Stein, Ph.D. and Burness E. Moore, M.D.

It is very likely that disagreements leading to opposing factions and conflict are universal, and part of the very nature of academic (intellectually and behavior-ally expressive) institutions. Analytic “education” shares in this tradition. Internal conflict and splits within and between psychoanalytic training centers have continued to reappear throughout the history of the psychoanalytic movement. They were greatly magnified with the formation of “official, formal training.” The authors propose highlighting the composite of personal and professional genealogies within the training analysis couple as opportunities to provide experiential, graphic consideration of the affiliative, disaffiliative, and identification processes, greatly enhanced when analysands, training analysts, and the Institute regard this as a valuable method to study the parallel phenomena evoked, experienced, and shared communally. These personal and group considerations are part of the shared genealogy and history of psychoanalytic Institute and Society life, their “parent” organizations, and “relatives” nationally and internationally.

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