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Thau, S.N. (2004). Dialogue of Unconsciouses: Conversations We Have Without Our Knowledge. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 13(1/2):114-120.

(2004). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 13(1/2):114-120

Dialogue of Unconsciouses: Conversations We Have Without Our Knowledge

Susan N. Thau, Ph.D.

Following Ferenczi's tradition of examining the dynamics between analyst and analysand, I will explore aspects of this relationship particularly around issues of mutuality versus inequality, all occurring without the conscious involvement of either participant. I propose that these issues of attachment can be further illuminated by examining the underlying neuropsychobiological processes. Case examples will be offered to illustrate these points.

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