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Pauley, D. (2019). The Fee and the Analyst’s Life Cycle: Reply to Berger and Sopher. Psychoanal. Dial., 29(5):591-593.

(2019). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 29(5):591-593

The Fee and the Analyst’s Life Cycle: Reply to Berger and Sopher

David Pauley, LCSW

This response develops some further thoughts on the fee and its relationship to the analyst’s life cycle. Sigmund Freud’s letters to Karl Abraham from 1912 provide a window into how he thought about issues such as the fee, work–life balance and the place of writing and other efforts to give back to the profession. These same themes are fated to be re-discovered – as if for the first time – by each successive generation.

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