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Slavin, J.H. Davies, J.M. Oxenhandler, N. Seligman, S. Stein, R. (2006). Roundtable Discussion on Sexuality in Development and Treatment II: Clinical Application. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 7(3):259-289.
    

(2006). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 7(3):259-289

Roundtable Discussion

Roundtable Discussion on Sexuality in Development and Treatment II: Clinical Application

Jonathan H. Slavin, Ph.D., ABPP, Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D., Noelle Oxenhandler, Stephen Seligman, DMH and Ruth Stein, Ph.D.

Through the detailed presentation and consideration of psychoana lytic work between a male analyst and female patient, this panel con tinues an earlier conversation (Slavin et al., 2004) on “dialogues” of sexuality in development and treatment. The present discussion fo cuses on the complex interaction between, on the one hand, the pa tient's unfinished developmental sexual and gender conflicts and struggles and, on the other, the analyst's equally gendered and sexual agency in promoting, as well as provoking, the process and outcome. Panelists and audience address the navigation of poles of seduction and growth, safety and danger, and the nature and development of sexual agency in women and men.

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