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OCHOA, Eunice Amor Gonzalez  and  HERNANDEZ, María del Carmen Rojas. Transfer in non-orthodox conditions: it's specificity. Trivium [online]. 2018, vol.10, n.2, pp. 219-231. ISSN 2176-4891.

The article's objective is to establish the possibilities of a transferential relationship and it's specificity in practices that take place in non-orthodox institutional contexts to psychoanalysis, in which the number of clinical sessions is conditioned to the particular way in which each context lodges the subject. It is argued that the function of the clinician and his position along with the patient in transference are the elements that define the analytical character of a clinical practice, not the characteristics of the frame. It is concluded that clinical practices in non-orthodox contexts have repercussions on the psychic economy and it's implication on the subjectivity that it entails.


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