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Thomä, H. (1993). Training Analysis and Psychoanalytic Education: Proposals for Reform. Ann. Psychoanal., 21:3-75.

(1993). Annual of Psychoanalysis, 21:3-75

I Psychoanalysis in Europe

Training Analysis and Psychoanalytic Education: Proposals for Reform

Helmut Thomä

The heart of the matter is that the problem doesn't really seem to have changed much in the last forty-five years! But in listening to you here, I also got the impression that my colleagues who first advocated the introduction of training analysis… — if they had known of all the dangers, of the positive and negative transferences, and splits, and hates, etc. would probably never have advocated it! They would have said, “Let them be as they are!” [A. Freud, 1983p. 25].

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