The Question of Lay Analysis

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The Question of Lay Analysis
The Question of Lay Analysis, German edition.jpg
The German edition
Author Sigmund Freud
Original title Die Frage der Laienanalyse
Language German

The Question of Lay Analysis (German: Die Frage der Laienanalyse) is a 1926 book by Sigmund Freud advocating the right of non-doctors, or 'lay' people, to be psychoanalysts. It was written in response to Theodore Reik's being prosecuted for being a non-medical, or lay, analyst in Austria.

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