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Laor, I. (2008). Hope and Dread in Mutuality and Asymmetry Regarding the Analytic Setting: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 18(2):258-261.

(2008). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18(2):258-261

Hope and Dread in Mutuality and Asymmetry Regarding the Analytic Setting: Reply to Commentaries

Ilana Laor, M.A.

The challenging commentaries to the discussion on the analytic setting help to clarify the various meanings this concept have to us as analysts, supervisors, theoreticians, and members of the analytic community. This sharing of our thoughts, experiences, and feelings helps refine the dilemmas we share as relational analysts regarding the setting as structure or as process. As I see it, the challenge of being a relational analyst lies in the tension between affording mutuality while retaining the asymmetry that enables a deepening of the mutuality regarding the analytic setting.

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