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Fonda, P. (2016). About the Setting with Two Sessions a Week. Rom. J. Psychoanal., 9(1):35-49.

(2016). Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 9(1):35-49

About the Setting with Two Sessions a Week

Paolo Fonda

Real conditions sometimes impose the attemp to perform psychoanalytic treatments at two sessions a week, but such treatments should be carefully considered. Unconscious fantasies on the common therapeutic project, co-created by the analyst and patient in the analytic field, have a continuous organizing effect on the development of the therapeutic process. It seems that psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, having a different training and professional identity, develop with their patients unconsciously different therapeutic projects.

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