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Pass, S. (2019). “A Place to Enter and in Which to Feel”: Reply to Cath, Levine, and Peltz. Psychoanal. Dial., 29(5):632-636.

(2019). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 29(5):632-636

“A Place to Enter and in Which to Feel”: Reply to Cath, Levine, and Peltz

Stephanie Pass, Ph.D.

In this response, I clarify my argument for the utility of affectively organizing and containing work in the treatment of a traumatized child. I find myself in agreement with many of the comments of Peltz regarding the vitalizing aspects of the work and Levine’s discussion of scaffolding to promote development. I delineate my thinking in response to Cath’s queries about transference, Oedipal themes, and the value of interpretation.

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