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Michael Basch, M.D.

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Dr. Michael Basch, recently deceased, was Professor of Psychiatry, Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, and was a training and supervising analyst for the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. An associate of the late Heinz Kohut, he had often lectured and written regarding the significance of self psychology for both psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. He has published over 50 articles dealing with psychoanalytic issues, and is the author of 3 books: Doing Psychotherapy, a widely used introductory textbook for psychotherapists; Understanding Psychotherapy, and Practicing Psychotherapy, a guide for the advanced psychotherapist and supervisor.

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