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A type of psychotherapy, introduced by the Austrian psychoanalyst Otto Rank (1884–1939) in his book Will Therapy and Truth and Reality (1945), in which the patient is encouraged to exert will power in order to develop autonomy and independence.

Subjects: Psychology.


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