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Inside out and outside in: exploring the interplay between social and psychic structures in the pandemic era

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The author reflects broadly on the impact of Covid and the concurrent sociopolitical climate on herself and her patients, with particular attention to the dynamic interplay between social and psychic structures. She presents three individual analytic treatments which demonstrate the indelible impact of family history, the internal parental couple, attachment style, object relationships, and cultural introjects on couple, relational, and social experiences in the pandemic era.

Keywords: ATTACHMENT; INTERNAL COUPLE; OBJECT RELATIONS; PANDEMIC; SOCIOCULTURAL INTROJECTS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2022

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