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Eskin, V. Fritsch, E. (2017). The SPRING Project. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 7(2):245-247.

(2017). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 7(2):245-247

The SPRING Project

Vivian Eskin, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Fritsch, Ph.D.

In 2014, the Contemporary Freudian Society of New York City and Washington, DC, made the important decision to provide affordable mental services for the underserved in the community. At around the same time, Dr Vivian Eskin began working with a first-time mother, Mrs M, who was suffering from postpartum psychosis. (To safeguard confidentiality, identifying details of this case have been disguised.) It was at the intersection of those two commitments that the idea for the SPRING Project was born.

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