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Schlösser, A. (2009). Oedipus in China: Can We Export Psychoanalysis?. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 18(4):219-224.

(2009). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 18(4):219-224

Oedipus in China: Can We Export Psychoanalysis?

Anne-Marie Schlösser

Translated by:
Pauline Elsenheimer

(Received 18 September 2008; accepted 17 April 2009)

The author describes experiences gathered during several years of teaching psychodynamic psychotherapy with psychologists and psychiatrists within a 2-year-training programme in Shanghai, China. Questions and problems of the reception of psychoanalysis—shame, sexuality, harmony, abstinence—as well as the possibilities and limitations of exporting psychoanalysis are discussed. The possible future development of psychoanalysis in China is also outlined.

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