I repeatedly addressed my patient as Mrs. Smith, her married daughter's name, when her real name is Mrs. James. My attention having been called to it, I soon discovered that I had another patient of the same name who refused to pay for the treatment.... Psychopathology of everyday life - Page 88by Sigmund Freud - 1914 - 341 pagesFull view
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Victoria Fromkin - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1973 - 269 pages
...patient and wished to know whether I could benefit him. I remarked: 'I believe that in time I could remove all his symptoms by psycho-analysis because it is a durable case' wishing to say curablel'11 In conclusion,105 for the benefit of readers who are prepared to make a certain effort...