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Hoffmann, K. (2014). 50 years of IFPS societies in Switzerland: Psychoanalytic approaches with severely disturbed patients and philosophical contributions to the international psychoanalytic discussion. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 23(2):80-84.

(2014). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 23(2):80-84

50 years of IFPS societies in Switzerland: Psychoanalytic approaches with severely disturbed patients and philosophical contributions to the international psychoanalytic discussion

Klaus Hoffmann

The Swiss member societies of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies, namely the two existential analytic societies and the Institute of Psychoanalysis in Kreuzlingen, have always stressed the philosophical foundation of psychoanalysis as psychoanalytic approaches with severely disturbed and psychotic patients. The colleagues working in these institutes have often cooperated very closely with analysts from the International Psychoanalytical Association. This paper stresses the important contributions for inpatient psychoanalytic approaches.

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