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'''Luis de Rivera''', was a McGill trained [[psychiatrist]], who introduced [[psychodynamic concepts]] into [[autogenic training]] theory<ref>Rivera, JLGde:.Autogenic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. In: "The body in Psychotherapy", pp. 176-181. Editor: J. Guimón. Karger, Basilea, 1997.</ref> into Luthe's approach, developing "Autogenic Analysis"<ref>[http://www.psicoter.es/_arts/pdf/01_A166_01.pdf Rivera, JLGde: Autogenic Análisis: The tool Freud was looking for. International J. Psychotherapy, 2001, 6: 67-76]</ref> as a new method for uncovering the [[unconscious]].
 
'''Luis de Rivera''', was a McGill trained [[psychiatrist]], who introduced [[psychodynamic concepts]] into [[autogenic training]] theory<ref>Rivera, JLGde:.Autogenic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. In: "The body in Psychotherapy", pp. 176-181. Editor: J. Guimón. Karger, Basilea, 1997.</ref> into Luthe's approach, developing "Autogenic Analysis"<ref>[http://www.psicoter.es/_arts/pdf/01_A166_01.pdf Rivera, JLGde: Autogenic Análisis: The tool Freud was looking for. International J. Psychotherapy, 2001, 6: 67-76]</ref> as a new method for uncovering the [[unconscious]].
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Luis de Rivera, was a McGill trained psychiatrist, who introduced psychodynamic concepts into autogenic training theory[1] into Luthe's approach, developing "Autogenic Analysis"[2] as a new method for uncovering the unconscious.

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  1. Rivera, JLGde:.Autogenic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. In: "The body in Psychotherapy", pp. 176-181. Editor: J. Guimón. Karger, Basilea, 1997.
  2. Rivera, JLGde: Autogenic Análisis: The tool Freud was looking for. International J. Psychotherapy, 2001, 6: 67-76

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