Inquiry 4 (1-4):37 – 52 (1961)
|Abstract||An attempt is made to point out some of the moral presuppositions and implications of psychotherapy in theory and in practice. In the various forms of dynamically oriented psychotherapy, the setting of goals and decisions concerning maturation and health have value components. Even in psychoanalysis in its strict sense, decisions made in accepting or rejecting contracts and determination of the terminating point of analysis are value laden. Finally, in the theorizing of Freud and others about psychotherapy moral positions are assumed|
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