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DISCUSSION OF JUDY EEKHOFF’S PAPER, NO WORDS TO SAY IT: TRAUMA & ITS AFTERMATH*

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Judith Setton-Marcus, M. Ed., R. Psych., FIPA, Member, Canadian Psychoanalytic Society, Western Branch (WBSCPS); Clinical Assistant Professor, post-graduate education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; psychoanalyst in private practice in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

*A version of this discussion was presented at The Western Branch of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society 2020 Annual Scientific Conference, “Aftermath of Trauma”.

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Setton-Markus, J. DISCUSSION OF JUDY EEKHOFF’S PAPER, NO WORDS TO SAY IT: TRAUMA & ITS AFTERMATH*. Am J Psychoanal 81, 207–213 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-021-09286-y

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