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Wenkart, A. (1958). Sexuality in the Therapeutic Process. Am. J. Psychoanal., 18(1):19-24.

(1958). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 18(1):19-24

Sexuality in the Therapeutic Process Related Papers

Antonia Wenkart

Sexuality is that human function which comprises man's innermost selfhood, his place in the world as bearer of specific characteristics which contribute toward his sociological and anthropological representation. Sexuality provides the means of initiating and fulfilling the closest human relationship and, finally, enables man to procreate and extend himself into the future.

The purpose here is to show that emphasis on the constructive motivation and meaning of sexuality may direct the way toward restitution more quickly than lengthy analysis of abnormal manifestations.

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