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The role of Psychoanalytic treatment research in Psychoanalytic training – twenty good reasons for knowing more about treatment researchHorst Kächele

Topic 1 Psychoanalytic education

The first issue pertains to the “traditional Eitingon-model“ which regulates – like the later French model – the standard training of the IPA. The true revolution of the Berlin foundation was not just in its being a tripartite training institution.
For it was conceived by Freud and Eitingon from the beginning as a research institution and as providing treatment free of charge for the general population, thus fulfilling Freud‘s (1919a) Budapest requirement. It was in this sense that Fenichel ́s summary of ten years of the Berlin ́s Institut psychoanalytic out-Patient Facility in the Berlin “Ten-Years-Report“ demonstrated the viability of psychoanalytic outcome research(1930). It reported on the relationship of diagnosis, duration and outcome and was very specific in pointing out differential outcome of different disorders.
Quoted from the first edition of Bergin & Garfield s “Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change“ which contains the first fair and critical review on psychoanalytic outcomes by Bergin (1971) in the1st. edition 1971. Further editions of this research handbook – the bible of psychotherapy researchers – are a must for every library in the field (2nd. ed. 1978, 3rd. ed. 1986, 4th. ed. 1994 and the most recent 5th. ed. by M. Lambert in 2003).

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