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This paper describes the nature of today's corporatized health care system in the United States, offering examples of the psychological toll it takes on clinicians at all levels. It details corporate practices that disenfranchise practitioners from exercising their clinical judgment and from...
Facts about the increased corporatization of medical care in the United States are offered here in order to trace their impact on patients and their care. The culture of medicine, as it has been impacted by a corporate ethos, is also addressed, including aspects of physicians' training that make...
Labor‐Management Partnerships, a new system for structuring hospital care, are based on the recognition that hospitals are complex organizations requiring multiple levels of communication and exchange, and on the premise that front‐line workers are best able to identify and pose solutions to...
In this paper, we expand upon our use of the cocoon metaphor for understanding and working with organizations from a psychodynamic perspective. Conceived as both defensive and generative, cocoons are relational phenomena that manifest throughout organizations and risk being mistaken as...
The author describes some obstacles encountered teaching undergraduates psychoanalytic theory. In academic environments that reflect a broader cultural skepticism, disinterest and animosity to analytic ideas, the author argues that it is imperative to develop and utilize teaching methods that...
In this series of reflections on the ways in which psychoanalytic theory has influenced his teaching, the author focuses on a change that began to take place around the time of his encounter with relational psychoanalytical theory. At the heart of that change was a shift in the direction of...
In this paper we describe how we created an undergraduate course in psychoanalysis for Colorado College students at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute, how the course is constructed in terms of meeting with psychoanalysts, how we create an optimal ambiance for the course, how it is part of a...
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