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Ingram, D.H. (2019). A Long-Term Case Study with Sadistically-Tinged Countertransference Elements. Am. J. Psychoanal., 79(1):94-102.

(2019). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 79(1):94-102

A Long-Term Case Study with Sadistically-Tinged Countertransference Elements

Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.

This case report sketches the psychoanalytically-informed supportive psychotherapeutic treatment of a single man through his life challenges over a twenty-year period. The decades-long challenges arise from obsessive compulsive disorder, pathologic self-effacement with insatiable and unusual erotic components, and severe visual impairment leading to blindness. Sadistically-tinged impulses arising in the countertransference are described.

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