Ethical Considerations on Dynamic Psychiatry and the Tradition of Relationship in Psychoanalysis. an Historical Overview
Medicine and Law: World Association for Medical Law 2001; 20(4): 525-530
The historical tradition of psychoanalysis as the therapeutic science of interpersonal processes is traced back to its roots in Freud and discussed in its therapeutic and philosophical implications. The Berlin School of Dynamic Psychiatry enlarges the interpersonal principle with the therapeutic concept of group dynamics, identity and of social energy, giving it an implication of therapeutic optimism and a new ethical significance.
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