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[image omitted]This clinical paper tracks episodes in a long, intensive therapy with a patient who felt haunted, both by her dead sister and by a part of herself which led a parallel life. It illustrates what relational therapy might look like in the consulting room through the lens of key themes such as bi-directional influence of patient and analyst, intersubjectivity and working with disassociation at relational depth.
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Keywords: Bi-directional influence; disassociation; intersubjectivity

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Private practice, London

Publication date: March 1, 2007

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