This week's mental health article showcases a famous female psychoanalyst in history. Karen Horney, pronounced HORN-eye, who lived from 1985 to 1952, was a prominent psychoanalyst who made significant contributions to the field of psychology—most notably, her theories of neurosis and her work in the areas of self-psychology and feminine psychology.
Karen Horney—Psychoanalyst, Teacher, Theorist, Writer
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