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Hill, S. (2008). Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 18(4):477-483.

(2008). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18(4):477-483

Reply to Commentaries Related Papers

Sarah Hill, LCSW

In this reply to Adrienne Harris and Cleonie White's discussions of my article “Language and Intersubjectivity: Multiplicity in a Bilingual Treatment,” I further explore the psychodynamics of bilingualism primarily in relation to implicit communication through spoken and unspoken language(s), affect, the body and unformulated experience. I also examine the intrapsychic and relational impact of multiple early attachments and consider the emergence of my own multicultural identity formed in the context of a primary cross-racial attachment in which I first learned to speak French.

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