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Aisenstein, M. (2003). Does the Cure Come as a Byproduct of Psychoanalytic Treatment?. Psychoanal Q., 72(1):263-274.

(2003). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 72(1):263-274

Does the Cure Come as a Byproduct of Psychoanalytic Treatment?

Marilia Aisenstein

Successful psychoanalytic treatment accomplishes more than symptom relief; it involves a psychic restructuring that is facilitated by the process of working through. The author reviews Freud's original description of this process and traces its evolution since then. Application of the psychoanalytic method as an appropriate therapeutic modality for non-neurotic patients is illustrated through the presentation of a clinical vignette.

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