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Celenza, A. (2018). Andrea Celenza on "The Threat of Male to Female Erotic Transference". PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):22.

(2018). PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):22

Andrea Celenza on "The Threat of Male to Female Erotic Transference" Related Papers

An Interview with:
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.

Andrea Celenza considers the reasons for the historical neglect of male-to-female erotic transference and links this neglect to the chronic desexualization of psychoanalytic theorizing. She discusses how the shift to psychoanalysis as a two-person and multi-character phenomenon is implicated, including in particular the desexualization of the maternal (erotic) transference, while also making the task of analyzing erotic transferences (and their transformations) more complex. She considers the emergence of multiple erotic transferences as a nongendered, vital part of analyses and discusses the importance of consultation in safeguarding the asymmetric treatment frame.

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