This book is concerned with the question of what psychoanalytic
training should look like today. Should we go on with the system
that has developed over time? Or should we abandon it, and if so,
for which reasons?It provides a detailed and compelling account of
the ongoing, sometimes heated, international debate about
psychoanalytic training. After nearly a century since the onset of
formal psychoanalytic training in the 1920s in Berlin, experiences
with the prevalent Eitingon model are presented and looked at from
different perspectives. Experienced psychoanalysts from all the
regions of the psychoanalytic world and from different schools of
psychoanalytic thought and clinical conceptualizations share their
ideas, critique, and on occasion, their diagnoses. Perhaps no other
topic of present-day scientific discussion in the field is as prone
to evoke more controversial and passionate reactions than the
subject of training.
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