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Talfanidis, K. Maniadakis, G. (2014). Studying the archives of the Hellenic Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: An outline of its historical course. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 23(2):127-132.

(2014). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 23(2):127-132

Studying the archives of the Hellenic Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: An outline of its historical course

Konstantinos Talfanidis and Grigoris Maniadakis

The authors attempt to outline the historical course of the Hellenic Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (HSPP). They put forward several hypotheses concerning the dynamics of its foundation and evolution. The HSPP was founded in 1977 by five Greek psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists trained abroad, after three decades of fruitless attempts at establishing psychoanalysis in Greece. The authors sustain that the foundation of the HSPP addressed the complex problems of Greek society in the 1970s. The request for the founding of an institution for psychoanalytic therapy and training can be linked to a search for new orientations in thought that would enhance the working-through of traumas that had marked Greek society in the previous decades; these traumas played a role in the insurmountable problems in establishing psychoanalysis in Greece and in the difficulties met by the emancipation of Greek psychiatry from asylum-centered practice. The HSPP remained the only psychoanalytic institution in Greece until the foundation of the Hellenic Psychoanalytic Society in 1984. One of the main traits of its historical course has been the effort to shape a psychoanalytic organization directed towards the clinical reality of Greek society.

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