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Szecsödy, I. (1999). How can we end psychoanalysis — and still have a follow-up of it?. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 22(1):48-66.

(1999). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 22(1):48-66

How can we end psychoanalysis — and still have a follow-up of it?

Imre Szecsödy

In it's first part, this paper describes and explores different kinds of terminations of psychoanalytic treatments; forced and unilaterally decided ones, as well as terminations in interrupted and successful analyses. Following this, the author describes the process of termination, and discusses the alleged positive value of planned post-termination contacts with analysands. Finally, the author emphasises the importance of more systematic empirical research on psychoanalytic treatment.

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