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Sharing experiences and positive outcomes from working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist during COVID-19

Jude Piercey   Abstract In early 2020, COVID-19 began disrupting working life across the globe, with remote working and social distancing becoming the norm for many industries. This called for radical changes in psychotherapeutic practices in Australia and internationally, challenging the long-accepted face-to-face therapeutic model. COVID-19 also introduced new anxieties for patients and practitioners alike. …

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Sharing experiences and positive outcomes from working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist during COVID-19

Jude Piercey   Introduction In this paper, I illustrate some of the benefits I observed as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist working with my patients under the restrictions imposed by COVID-19. That is not to say that the rapid transition to remote working was simple. Through various clinical examples, I illustrate how there was much anxiety evoked …

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