Object-related and intersubjective processes in psychoanalysis: A twofold perspective
The author follows Bion's, Ogden's and the Barangers’ formulations on the intersubjective field of analysis and begins with the hypothesis that, if the analytic situation aspires to mental growth and not just to insight, the new relationship becomes of particular importance. He presents the clinical case of a patient whose archaic relationship was experienced as a rather depriving one. The initial phase of analysis had periods of incomprehension but allowed for a certain degree of interpretive work. In the second phase, it seemed that the intersubjective relationship and interaction created a “field” towards growth.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2012