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The Drift Toward Contemporary Self Psychology: Supervision on the Cusp of a Change in Theory: Kenneth L. Koenig

Much has been written about and presented at various conferences regarding the upheaval in psychoanalysis in the last 25 years or so. This paradigm shift represents a great change in emphasis in the analyses that are now conducted (Ornstein and Kay, 1990; Skolnick and Warshaw, 1992; Shane and Shane, 1993; Sucharov, 1992). It is my aim to provide another view of this phenomenon, as a psychoanalytic supervisee, initially during the early 1970s and again in the mid-1990s.