If Dr. K. Lynne Moritz were a haughtier sort, we could call her the queen in exile. Director of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute for the past four years, she was one of its first graduates, back in the heady days before one had to apologize for Freud. Leaving pediatric medicine behind, she chose to concentrate on her patients’ psyches, which she defined, in secular terms, as their souls — their essence, their identity, their consciousness and all it hid. Clues swirled in an ether of memories, dreams, imaginings and unconscious associations, and it was Moritz’s job to hold the flashlight steady until her patients could ... More >>>
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Lynne Moritz found psychoanalysis deeply satisfying, but year after year she watched it grow more suspect.