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A conversation with a New York psychoanalyst.

Psychoanalytic terms—including such pop favorites as “repression, ” “Oedipal complex” and “narcissism”—are part of the vernacular, and yet psychoanalysis as a profession remains maligned. But analyst Jamieson Webster, who practices in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, is fine with that. A professor at the New School as well as a cultural critic, Webster agrees with Freud, who believed that since psychoanalysis concerns things that make us uncomfortable, it will always face resistance. Here, Webster talks about the benefits of forgetting, the myths

  • Words:
    Charles Shafaieh
  • Photograph:
    Katie McCurdy
  • Styling:
    Kindall Almond
  • Hair and Makeup:
    Brit Cochran

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  • Words:
    Charles Shafaieh
  • Photograph:
    Katie McCurdy
  • Styling:
    Kindall Almond
  • Hair and Makeup:
    Brit Cochran
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