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Update on (and Free Reprints of) My Published Paper on My Work as a 2G Therapist with a 2G Patient

In a previous blog post, I let you know about my recently published paper, one that means a lot to me personally. In this paper, I describe my psychotherapy relationship with a son of Holocaust survivors, and the remarkable ways in which our shared legacy and the personal differences in our family background interacted to propel changes in both of us.

This paper,  entitled “Patient and Psychotherapist Meeting in Shared Intergenerational Transmission of Genocidal Trauma”, was published recently by the journal Psychoanalysis, Self and Context.


I am pleased to inform you now that I have a certain number of free copies of the published version that I am allowed to share. You can access the paper and download a free copy (until this quota is used up) by clicking on the image above.

                      Irit Felsen




  1. You really write so well.. my mom z’l died in 9/2018.. I sat shiva in Boston and my dear family and friends came to see from NY/NJ. I can’t thank u enough for all those group sessions at the BP JCC. Best always, devora

    • Irit Felsen, Ph.D. says

      Hi Devora,
      So good to hear from you! I am so sorry about the loss of your mom. It was wonderful meeting you in our Boro Park series, and I so glad to hear that you found the meetings meaningful.
      I hope to see you again sometime!
      Yours warmly,

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