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(1995). The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 1994. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 18(1):91-96.

(1995). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 18(1):91-96

The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 1994

Denmark to "The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 1994"

13 January Group discussion of Patrick Casement's work in preparation for his visit to the society
13 January Extraordinary General Assembly
4 March Peter Fonagy (London). Understanding and the compulsion to repeat: a clinical exploration
5 March Peter Fonagy. Seminar about how to write a paper and clinical seminar.
5 March General Assembly
15 April Donald Campbell (London). The role of the father with suicidal patients
16 April Donald Campbell. Clinical Seminar
2 May Dialogue meeting
2 June Eva Hurtig (Malmö). In search of an identity in the shadow of infantile trauma
23-25 September Site visit by Daniel Widlöcher, Paris, Veronica Mächtlinger, Berlin and Joseph Sandler, London
6 October Hans Gervind. Pictures of the self and the parents, as they are changed during an analysis
10 November Clinical Seminar. Presentation by Søren Aagard
25 November Michael Feldman (London). Some problems in framing an interpretation
26 November Michael Feldman.

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