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Drescher, J. Fors, M. (2018). An Appreciation and Critique of PDM-2's Focus on Minority Stress through the Case of Frank. Psychoanal. Psychol., 35(3):357-362.
    

(2018). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 35(3):357-362

An Appreciation and Critique of PDM-2's Focus on Minority Stress through the Case of Frank

Jack Drescher, M.D. and Malin Fors, MSc

In this article, Dr. Drescher presents a case of a sexual-minority patient treated by a sexual-minority therapist. The discussant, clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst Malin Fors, uses the case to reflect on the benefits and limits of the new section of the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual, 2nd Edition, called “Nonpathological Conditions That Could Need Clinical Attention” (minority stress).

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