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Discussion of Patient Who Heard Neighbor Say He Put Someone to Sleep

Posted on March 29th, 2012 by Dr. Blumenfield

The following is the second case originally presented in this blog several weeks ago for comments. Included are two invited comments and any further comments from the readers are welcome Case #2 A senior psychoanalyst  is supervising a junior colleague who is treating the  following case. The patient is a single 36 year old dental […]

Discussion of the Patient Who Slapped a Child

Posted on March 12th, 2012 by Dr. Blumenfield

During a recent blog , I presented two case histories which I thought might stimulate different points of view on how to react to the situations described . I asked two  colleagues if they would respond . Today I will restate the first case and then I will present their views. I will also print […]

What Should a Therapist Do in These Situations?

Posted on February 22nd, 2012 by Dr. Blumenfield

Being a psychotherapist is a complicated job. Not only must you be knowledgeable about human behavior, psychodynamics and various techniques of doing therapy, but you have to be prepared for unexpected dilemmas . Two cases are presented below which bring up potential legal and ethical issues as well as technical considerations, which the therapist has […]