A Psychoanalytic Case Study
When she first came into therapy, Sally was young, lovely, and starting to disentangle herself from an ungratifying marriage. I was just finishing analytic training and was newly pregnant. It was a hopeful time in both our lives.
KeywordsEmbryo Transfer Rheumatic Fever Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Analytic Work Nursing School
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