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Almond, R. (2002). Commentary on "The holding function of theory for the analyst: Conviction derived from unitary or integrated models": Richard Almond, M.D., Presented on Sept 9, 2002. San Fran. Ctr Psa., 1(1):3.

(2002). San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, 1(1):3

Commentary on "The holding function of theory for the analyst: Conviction derived from unitary or integrated models": Richard Almond, M.D., Presented on Sept 9, 2002

Richard Almond, M.D.

Dr. Almond comments on his paper on how one's theory provides the conviction needed for Psychoanalytic treatment.

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