From ghost to ancestor: s Ándor ferenczi's impact on clinical social work.

FROM GHOST TO ANCESTOR: SÁNDOR FERENCZI'S IMPACT ON CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK. Am J Psychoanal. 2017 May 05;: Authors: Kuchuck S Abstract Beginning in the 1920s, Freudian psychoanalytic theory had a deep impact on social work practice and education and helped to professionalize clinical social work. Not as well-known was the role that Freud's patient and colleague Sándor Ferenczi played in this evolution. Through a review of the relevant literature and primary sources-some presented here for the first time-I will explore the ways in which Ferenczi's work directly impacted the development of clinical social work. PMID: 28477037 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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