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Exposure

“Groddeck’s own weltanschauung was a vigourous counterpoint to the Oedipal, as he proclaimed that “I have never met any man who at the death of his mother has not had the feeling, ‘I, her son, have murdered her.’”(Rudnytsky, 2002, p.191). Groddeck, unlike Freud, had little problems assuming a maternal imago: “An analyst could be a mother figure, peer figure, any type of figure.” (Rudnytsky, 2002, p. 188).  Furthermore,  Groddeck, like Ferenczi, was attuned to the powerful role of the female.  Unlike Freud, who believed females envy male prowess as concreted by the penis;  Groddeck believed males envy female prowess, as concretized by the ability to give birth. However different their actual techniques,  both Ferenczi and Groddeck wanted to provide a curative setting for the patient.  As opposed to “learning” from them or “making money” off them, or fearing being made insane from the mere exposure to them.  Ferenczi believed that mutual analysis, with its emphasis on empathy, validation, and congruence, offered curative elements for the patient.”  

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