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Gargiulo, G.J. (2007). Framing The Question: Psychoanalytic Process, the Unconscious, and Home Offices — An Alternate Perspective. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(4):715-719.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(4):715-719

Framing The Question: Psychoanalytic Process, the Unconscious, and Home Offices — An Alternate Perspective Related Papers

Gerald J. Gargiulo, Ph.D.

This essay is a personal reflection on articles by Karen Maroda and Robert Langs that concluded that home offices were an example of a self-serving and possibly unethical frame violation on the part of the therapist. In contradistinction to Maroda and Langs, I argue that such an approach misconceives the essence of psychoanalysis in both its practice and in its theory, particularly at issue is Langs’ understanding of the unconscious.

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