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Ruderman, E.G. Shane, E. (2002). Epilogue. Psychoanal. Inq., 22(4):652.

(2002). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 22(4):652


Ellen G. Ruderman, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.

Each Contributor to the Issue has Struggled with the Notion and the degree of self-disclosure he or she is making. Each must be commended for the courage each has shown in airing his or her humanity, underscoring for all of us that the personality, character, and life experience of the analyst are a vivid and exciting part of the analytic situation. The analyst is, after all, a person, before, during, and after he or she is an analyst, and it is the person of the analyst, as he or she interacts with patients during times of change and crisis, that constitutes the subject of this issue and that provides the source for our learning.

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