Marilia Aisenstein: against some kind of collapse in psychoanalysis as in life

Even if there is some kind of specificity in the several ways of adolescent care (such as for example the borderline ones), the author insists on the importance for any therapist to be able to refer to one, and only one, theoretical and clinical pattern and to be well informed of the most important element in the discipline, i.e. the pattern of neurosis.
A long-lasting and thorough analytic training must be prior to any too hasty specialization.