Rick Moody on Transference

I recently came upon an article by author Rick Moody published a few years ago in the journal Contemporary Psychoanalysis. On transference, he says: “Transference, however, does seem incredibly important to me. Transference describes an easy-to-verify emotional relationship between people. If Freud’s theory in general is about the notion of interpretation, about the idea that…

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Being Annoyed

Annoying, by Joe Palca and Flora Lichtman, is a new book about the science and psychology behind why we get annoyed: “Formulating a good working definition of annoyance is a persistent challenge for researchers. One calls it the weakest form of anger, simply diluted rage. Others cite overtones of disgust (a persistently belching dinner guest),

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2 Groups

My friend and colleague Christopher Murray is starting two new psychotherapy groups in his practice in North Chelsea. Here is the info: LGBT SOCIAL WORKERS (Wednesdays @ 6:30pm) & GAY MALE SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ABUSE (Tuesdays at 6:30pm) Contact: www.christophermurray.org or 917-696-5779 for a pre-group interview and to get more information.

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