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Ellis, S.D. Glickman, D.M. (2012). An Immersion in Psychoanalytic Technique for Early-Career Clinicians. Mod. Psychoanal., 37(2):145-156.
  

(2012). Modern Psychoanalysis, 37(2):145-156

An Immersion in Psychoanalytic Technique for Early-Career Clinicians

Stephen Day Ellis, Ph.D. and David M. Glickman, M.S., L.P.C.

This paper describes the novel work of the Philadelphia Consultation Center, a Medicaid funded clinic that works with patients in a modern psychoanalytically-informed style. The clinic is inspired by the precedent established by Freud that psychoanalytic treatment should never be withheld from a person for lack of funds. The author also highlights the unique array of challenges inherent in rapidly training early-career clinicians to do psychoanalytic work when they themselves have never been exposed to these principles. Out of this need, a “crash course in Spotnitz” has been developed by the author in order to shape the therapeutic stances of complete beginners to psychoanalysis.

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