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Kuchuck, S. Sopher, R. (2017). Relational Psychoanalysis Out of Context: Response to Jon Mills. Psychoanal. Perspect., 14(3):364-376.
    

(2017). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 14(3):364-376

Relational Psychoanalysis Out of Context: Response to Jon Mills

Steven Kuchuck, LCSW and Rachel Sopher, LCSW

The authors close the panel by mapping out and responding to Jon Mills’s critique of Relational psychoanalysis and provide a historical background within which to contextualize the framework for the debate. Specifically, they take up the flaws inherent in judging a theory based on an objectivist perspective and address indeterminate, decontextualized, and selective understandings of the constantly evolving theory and practice of contemporary relational and Relational psychoanalysis.

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