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DISCUSSION OF HOWARD B. LEVINE’S PAPER, FURTHER THOUGHTS ON TRAUMA, PROCESS AND REPRESENTATION*

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Darren Thompson, M.D., FIPA, Member, Western Branch, Canadian Psychoanalytic Society; Fellow, International Psychoanalytic Association; Member, American Board of Psychoanalysis; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia. In private psychiatric and psychoanalytic practice in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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Thompson, D. DISCUSSION OF HOWARD B. LEVINE’S PAPER, FURTHER THOUGHTS ON TRAUMA, PROCESS AND REPRESENTATION*. Am J Psychoanal 81, 178–185 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-021-09291-1

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