Author: Kupers, Terry A. M.D.
Psychotherapy occurs in a place apart. Freud invented the modem consulting room, a place where the rules of everyday life are suspended. It is not merely a matter of confidentiality, though that is important. There is also
free association and a suspension of everyday politeness. The modem therapist modifies Freud’s basic rule in asking the client to say whatever comes to mind. Men are encouraged to say what they cannot say anywhere else. In the world of men and work they cannot admit that they feel scared, confused, weak, or needy.
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