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The therapeutic process parallels the developmental steps of childhood psychology (Freud called it "after-education"). "Development assistance" is expected by the patient through a heteronomous setting of norms by the analyst, which is felt, believed to be inevitable by the patient, calls the...
Defines the processes of grief and suffering and contrasts and respectively correlates them with the conforming and the autonomous maturity levels. Grief is viewed as a less meaningful reaction than suffering because it focuses awareness on feelings of external loss which occur in a vacuum to a...
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