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ABSTRACT Applied psychoanalysis is the term used to denote the practice of applying psychoanalytic theoretical concepts to a variety of social and cultural domains. This work focuses on the application of psychoanalytic concepts to the understanding of great works of art or literature. Despite...
ABSTRACT The aim of this paper is to explore how Shakespeare drew on contemporary life to assist society to manage profound loss, uncertainty and anxiety. This was achieved through providing a forum, both in the “here and now”, via the plays and other works, and through creating a body of work...
ABSTRACT A number of psychoanalysts, beginning with Freud, are skeptical about forgiveness, arguing that in the dynamic unconscious we never forgive nor forget. Some psychoanalysts worry that forgiveness risks becoming a shortcut to the hard work of grief and mourning. D. W. Winnicott offers a...
ABSTRACT The adaptation of forms of psychotherapy from the West in China such as psychoanalytic psychotherapy should include the rich cross‐fertilization with traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This article suggests the category of Reinforcing and Reducing as a point of convergence where...
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