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Medusa Moments in Psychoanalysis

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It wasn’t long before Lev and I had what I call a Medusa moment. In such moments, the clinical atmosphere becomes stone-like, frozen in silence. Lev was a forty-year-old psychoanalytic patient of mine, an engineer, who asked at the start of treatment for a way to achieve a lasting erection. (Medication was off the table […]
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