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Lament, C. (2011). Transformational Processes and Therapeutic Action: What David Knew. Psychoanal. St. Child, 65:5-18.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 65:5-18

Transformational Processes and Therapeutic Action: What David Knew

Claudia Lament, Ph.D.

The often neglected nonlinear dimension of the developmental process is described and its usefulness in the consulting room will be highlighted by a clinical example of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent. The concept of transformation and its linkage with nonlinearity and discontinuity are also outlined.

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