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Consider the advice he gave to psychoanalysts in one of his last papers, Every analyst should periodically-at intervals of five years or sosubmit hirnself to analysis once more, without feeling ashamed of taking this step. This would me an, then, that not only the therapeutic analysis of patients, but his own analysis would change from a terminable into an interminable task. (Freud, 1937, p. 249) eARL GUSTAV JUNG (1875-1961) Perhaps it is not widely appreciated that Carl Jung, originally a disciple of Freud and a leading member of the early psychoanalytic movement, was the first psychoanalyst to write profoundly and extensively about the second half of life.
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