Supportive-Expressive Therapy of Cocaine Abuse pdf free download. In June 1884, Sigmund Freud wrote to Martha Bernays, his fiancée, playfully warning her of his upcoming visit, when he would arrive “a big wild man who has cocaine in his body” (Jones, 1953, p. 84). He had begun experimenting with the drug earlier that year and found it “a magical substance” that counteracted his tendency toward depressive moods,
increased his energy and concentration, and suppressed his appetite, leaving him feeling “that there is nothing at all one need bother about” (p. 84).
Supportive-Expressive Therapy of Cocaine Abuse pdf free download
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