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Ragen, T. (2008). Ferenczi and the Case of Matt. Contemp. Psychoanal., 44(4):604-621.

(2008). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 44(4):604-621

Ferenczi and the Case of Matt

Therese Ragen, Ph.D.

The author shows how Ferenczi's ideas from the 1920s and early 30s are being revived in interpersonal-relational thinking and how they have become integral to her work with a World Trade Center survivor. She specifically looks at Ferenczi's ideas about the importance of reliving, the healing power of new experience, the commingling of suffering, and the shared unconscious in psychoanalysis.

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