Death Anxiety and Clinical Practice

Death Anxiety and Clinical Practice

Death Anxiety and Clinical Practice

Death Anxiety and Clinical Practice

Synopsis

Argues that death anxiety is neglected - in part, because of treatment failures due to countertransference interferences during treatment. Langs then discusses the technical issues connected with this, whilst introducing the controversial concept that mental activities are derived from immune system activities.
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