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Novick, J. Novick, K.K. (2012). Discussion of Victoria Todd's Paper: “Saving the Treatment: Affect Intolerance in a Boy, His Parents, the Mental Health Community, and His Analyst”. Psychoanal. St. Child, 66:28-32.
    

(2012). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 66:28-32

Discussion of Victoria Todd's Paper: “Saving the Treatment: Affect Intolerance in a Boy, His Parents, the Mental Health Community, and His Analyst”

Jack Novick, Ph.D. and Kerry Kelly Novick

D. W. Winnicott wrote, “One analyst cannot have enough cases to cover all contingencies….” (1958, p. 123). He was referring to the fact that any one analyst has a relatively small number of cases at any one time or even over a lifetime. He was talking then about termination, but his point applies to any issue. Here we are grateful for a detailed account of a case that offers to all of us additional experience of the successes and challenges of our work.

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