Psychodynamic Psychiatrists' Experiences of Being Stalked
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Despite the estimated 15% likelihood that a psychiatrist will become the victim of stalking, there is little formal recognition of its prevalence or its impact on well-being. Through narrative accounts, ten psychiatrists with psychodynamic orientations speak of their experiences including how each managed the anxieties consequent to stalking. These include a variety of adaptive psychic operations as well as concrete actions to curtail stalking.
Ingram, D. (2018). Psychodynamic Psychiatrists' Experiences of Being Stalked. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 46 (2), 201-219. https://doi.org/10.1521/pdps.2018.46.2.201