We saw in the previous chapter how Gabbard and Westen, in their account of the therapeutic action of psychoanalytic therapy, referred to a “pluralism unknown in any prior era”. Tracing the development of psychoanalytic theory and practice since Freud is an intrinsic part of any psychoanalytic training. All beginners learn to construct a genealogy of the main psychoanalytic schools, with their key ideas and figures, and their relationship with each other. This map can be drawn in many ways. My own version is shown in Figure 3.1.
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