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Conci, M. (2009). A Prescription for Ideal Training: Let's Play Attention to the History of Psychoanalysis, its Cultural and Lingguistic Roots, the Work Candidates do with each other, and the Need for International Diaalogue!. Contemp. Psychoanal., 45(3):394-405.

(2009). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 45(3):394-405

A Prescription for Ideal Training: Let's Play Attention to the History of Psychoanalysis, its Cultural and Lingguistic Roots, the Work Candidates do with each other, and the Need for International Diaalogue!

Marco Conci, M.D.

After showing how Freud's and Sullivan's ideas about psychoanalytic training contain a neglected Utopian dimension, the author introduces readers to the crucial role that a good knowledge of the history of psychoanalysis and of its linguistic, cultural, and social roots should play in the training of candidates. To Sullivan's and Mitchell's legacies belong also the promotion of group work among candidates and the realization of a real international dialogue.

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