Psychoanalysts in the Public Eye: Internal Resistances View Full Text


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2000-12

AUTHORS

Leon Hoffman

ABSTRACT

An attitude against public presentations has been part of the inward looking stance of organized psychoanalysis and has contributed to the often-heard comment that psychoanalysis is a dying profession. Because of the very private nature of clinical psychoanalytic work, this ambivalence to public appearances continues to exist in all psychoanalysts. We have to realize that it is crucial for psychoanalysts to educate the public about psychoanalytic ideas while being aware of possible unintended negative consequences, such as interference in transference issues with patients, ethical and privacy violations, distortion in the press coverage, unfairly biased antipsychoanalytic coverage, and concern about disapproval from prominent and influential members of psychoanalytic organizations about the nature of the press coverage (or even of press coverage at all) leading to criticism of an individual psychoanalyst and interference with his or her progression. Our public information efforts have to include using misfired efforts as teaching tools and insure that presentation of clinical material is limited and sufficiently disguised. More... »

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361-369

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/a:1002094831179

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11143899


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