Einige Erfahrungen mit hoch- und niederfrequenten Settings

Rolf Klüwer
September 2009
Forum der Psychoanalyse;Sep2009, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p269
Academic Journal
Zusammenfassung  In diesem – sehr persönlich gehaltenen – Bericht über meinen psychoanalytischen Werdegang ziehe ich einige Schlussfolgerungen im Hinblick auf die seit Längerem viel diskutierten Settingfragen. Insbesondere beziehe ich mich auf meine langjährigen Erfahrungen, die ich im Rahmen von Fokalkonferenzen machen konnte.


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