The Therapist at Work: Personal Factors Affecting the by Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Evangelos Papanicolaou

By Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Evangelos Papanicolaou

"The EFPP monograph sequence has validated itself as an incredible resource of excessive- caliber psychoanalytic psychotherapy papers. This quantity provides to its growing to be recognition with a bunch of papers that offers with the analytic dating from numerous views, particularly the impression of the analyst/therapist at the evolution of the healing technique. this is often, in fact, a basic factor and one who is hotly debated in the analytic community." -- Paul Williams from the Foreword

Dimitris Anastasopoulos and Evangelos Papanicolaou have amassed jointly a unusual workforce of participants to target the therapist’s participation in remedy and the impact of non-public components at the healing courting. nearly all of the papers grew out of the court cases of the fourth EFPP Congress of the Adults part in 2000 and discover the therapist-patient dating with the emphasis at the effect of the therapist in place of that of the sufferer. themes mentioned during this assortment contain the effect of the sufferer at the analyst, how the analyst’s scientific thought and private philosophy have an effect on the analytic strategy, the impact of the therapist’s goals at the healing technique, the psychoanalyst’s impact at the collaborative procedure, and intersubjective phenomena and emotional alternate within the psychoanalytic approach. convinced papers concentration in most cases on thought whereas others are extra clinically-oriented.
This quantity provides an summary of old and present pondering and goals to generate but extra dialogue in this evolving and demanding factor. it is going to be of curiosity to training and coaching psychotherapists.

Contributors comprise Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Christos Ioannidis, Judy Kantrowitz, Joachim Kuchenhoff, Gila Ofer, Evangelos Papanicolaou, Maria Ponsi, Claude Smadja, Imre Szecsody, Gisela Zeller

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As an application of this model, hysteric phenomena can be understood to be the result of specific defence mechanisms, conversion and repression; this would be a clinical theory. As is known, there have been recurring discussions as to whether metapsychology should be discarded altogether. Instead of reducing the spectrum, I want to broaden it by adding two more levels of what theory is in psychoanalysis. On the one side, at the abstract or general end of the spectrum, there is the level of the Weltanschauung or anthropology or philosophical basis for psychoanalytic theories.

The fourth part of this chapter tries to deal with this special epistemological issue: this subversion of theory that in itself is a theory needs to be understood. I shall begin here by returning to the first theoretical level and raising the question as to which Weltanschauung or philosophy might be appropriate to account for this obvious paradox. I offer an answer by suggesting that pluralism is not a sufficient epistemological basis for psychoanalysis. Deconstructivism seems to be more appropriate, because it allows us to conceptualize these theoretical paradoxes.

17 18 JUDY L . KANTROWITZ were thought to be relatively interchangeable, their principal contribution being the offering of interpretations. In this context, countertransference reactions were seen as intrusions, something to be analysed by the analyst and controlled, or a reason to go back into analysis. Countertransference was not regarded as providing data for exploration, an opportunity for greater understanding of the patient through greater understanding of what has been evoked in the analyst in the interaction.

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