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Cooper, P.C. (2010). Power Games: Influence, Persuasion and Indoctrination in Psychotherapy Training. Edited by Richard Raubolt. New York: Other Press, 2006, 352 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 97(3):520-523.
    

(2010). Psychoanalytic Review, 97(3):520-523

Power Games: Influence, Persuasion and Indoctrination in Psychotherapy Training. Edited by Richard Raubolt. New York: Other Press, 2006, 352 pp.

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Paul C. Cooper, NCPSYA, LP

The individual who enters the transformational space of psychoanalytic learning can find himself or herself negotiating extremes of structure and chaos. The stability of reason can easily become co-opted by the

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