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Helene Deutsch

Helene Deutsch. Historical Antecedents. Freud, Wagner- Jauregg Lieberman World War I adapted from ( Roazen , 1992) . Personal Struggles that Influenced Professional Life. Female 1 Familial Relationships 2,3 Education and Profession 3 Personal Life 3. ?. ?. 1 See Webster (1985)

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Helene Deutsch

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  1. Helene Deutsch

  2. Historical Antecedents • Freud, Wagner-Jauregg • Lieberman • World War I • adapted from (Roazen, 1992)

  3. Personal Struggles that Influenced Professional Life • Female1 • Familial Relationships2,3 • Education and Profession3 • Personal Life3 ? ? 1See Webster (1985) 2See Sayers (1991) 3See Roazen (1992)

  4. Clinical Data & Research • Case Histories • Empirical Data • Sources from Literature and History • Freudian Concepts

  5. Strengths & Weaknesses • Realistic view of women • Theories based on personal experience

  6. Influence • Women Therapists • Women’s Psychology • Freud’s Contemporary • “As If” Personality

  7. References Deutsch, H. (1944). The psychology of women: A psychoanalytic interpretation. New York: Grune & Stratton. Eisenberg, Z. (2010). Clear and pregnant danger. Journal of Women’s History, 22(3), 112-135. doi:10.1353/jowh.2010.0582 Krause, M. (1971). The femininity complex and women therapists. Journal of Marriage and Family, 33(3), 476-482. doi:10.2307/349847 Roazen, P. (1992). Helene Deutsch: A psychoanalyst's life (2nd ed.). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers. Roazen, P. (2004). An author’s reexamination: Helene Deutsch: A psychoanalyst’s life. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 21(4), 622-632. doi:10.1037/0736-9735.21.4.622 Roazen, P. (2009). Helene Deutsch. In Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia. Jewish Women Archive. Retrieved April 4, 2011, from http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/deutsch-helene Tolpin, M. (2004). In search of theory: Freud, Dora, and women analysts. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 32, 169-184. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Webster, B. S. (1985). Helene Deutsch: A new look. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 10(3), 553-571. doi:10.1086/494160

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