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Authors:  (Irene Ostertag and Atessa Firouz-Petermann, Specialist in internal medicine, psychotherapy, Nuremberg, Germany, and Sociologist and therapist, Geneva, Switzerland)
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In the first part of this article the authors will introduce Davanloo’s Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy; they will present an overview of Davanloo’s definition of Transference Neurosis1 as well as his classification of 3 categories of patients: 


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