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Celenza, A. Sexual misconduct in the Clergy: The search for the father. Gender and Sexuality 2004; 5(2):213-232.
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Celenza, A. Precursors to therapist sexual misconduct. Psychoanalytic Psychology 1998; 15:3, 378-395.
Celenza A. Love and hate in the countertransference. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1995;32(2):301-307.
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