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Cornell, W. (2017). I/I-Thou/It: Muriel Dimen as Clinician. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):118-122.

(2017). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):118-122

I/I-Thou/It: Muriel Dimen as Clinician

William F. Cornell, M.A.

Drawing upon Muriel Dimen’s paper “Reflections on Cure, or ‘I/Thou/It’” (2010) as my primary point of reference and departure, I attempt to characterize her style of clinical thinking and of her clinical questionings of herself, analytic practices, and the consequences of theoretical predilections. Central to Dimen’s considerations in these clinical essays are reflections on termination, self-analysis, the limits of the two-person model, the therapist’s narcissistic vulnerability, sexuality, and the body.

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