Paradise

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The theatricality of the psychotherapeutic encounter has been evident since its origins: Freud complained in 1914 that the patient in the grip of transference-love "gives up her symptoms or pays no attention to them; indeed, she declares that she is well. Peter Gaunt wrote: ‘I am broadly sympathetic towards, and in agreement with, the line that you take’. At the end of the year, one of them spoke up and said, "We’re doing well."

Pages: 160

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton; 1St Edition edition (September 1986)

ISBN: 0241117518

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