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The psychoanalytic association has psychiatrist members, but also includes psychologists and other types of mental health counselors.
As forward as the song is, there is sort of a witty, cryptic, psychoanalytic undertone to it also.
The emergence of non-psychoanalytic accounts of sex also threatened the prestige of analysis.
The decline of psychoanalytic authority among mental health professionals may be irreversible.
Perel is small and blond, with an elfin face, intense, peppy charisma, and a Francophone accent that serves to bolster her psychoanalytic and erotic authority.
Its reception in France's psychoanalytic and psychiatric circles may be less assured; the film's like a feature-length PSA against Gallic shrinks.
From Freud’s time, his operas have been seen as stagings of the dramas that dominate psychoanalytic theory.
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