Sunday, September 16, 2012

The Psychoanalytic Muse Reaches 10,000 Views

The Psychoanalytic Muse came into being on March 10, 2010.  This weekend, in just 2.5 years, it reached a cumulative total of 10,000 views from 90 countries around the world.  Such a tremendous response underscores the vibrancy that the ideas and practices developed by Freud, Jung, Adler, Ferenczi, Klein, Winnicott, Fordham, Hillman, Fairbairn, Kohut and others continue to have in our contemporary situation.  Out of 146 posts, the most frequently read posting, by a margin of two to one, is the passage from Glen Gabbard and Thomas Ogden's On Becoming a Psychoanalyst.  Freud's Remembering, Repeating and Working Through followed closely by Philip Bromberg's A Relational View of Resistence were the next two most frequently read postings.  The most frequently accessed post by a Jungian author was the one titled Don Kalsched on the Defenses of Trauma.  Thank you for your continued interest in analytic literature and this blog.

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