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James Grotstein describes intimately the best way to comprehend and to interpret in an analytic consultation. scientific periods are defined in stenographic element and exhibit whole classes. the writer is going to nice lengths to aspect his inner most observations, reveries, and countertransferences in addition to his pondering how, while, and what will be interpreted.

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In other words, the negative part of the personality is being placed in “quarantine”. What is of utmost importance, however, is that the Kleinian analyst is always seeking to locate the unconscious dependent infant and track him and his anxieties throughout the session. Interpretation of the maximum unconscious anxiety Klein believes that one should interpret the maximum (not necessarily the deepest) unconscious anxiety along with the defences against them. It became clear to me upon reading the Narrative that Klein (1961) was analysing unconscious anxiety as much as unconscious impulses, which she often felt were defences against them.

It is my belief that many of Bion’s terms suffer from condensation and from being stated in veritable shorthand. When he says, for instance, that the mother must “become” her infant or the analyst must HOW TO LISTEN AND WHAT TO INTERPRET 31 “become” his analysand, it is my belief that what he really means is that the mother must allow her own pertinent, relevant, symmetrically (contingently) corresponding unconscious emotions and object experiences, which are her own O (native to her), to resonate with the O that she experiences to be present in her infant—after having introjectively partially counter-identified with the infant’s distress.

I give some examples of my own reverie states with analysands as I proceed. The nature of analytic interventions The types of analytic interventions include interpretation, comment, question, probing, exploring or opening up, clarification, and confrontation. The ideal of analytic technique is to confine one’s interventions to interpretation. Yet each individual analysis may bring up many HOW TO LISTEN AND WHAT TO INTERPRET 35 problems where the analyst may feel constrained to use the other techniques—and yet others in addition to those.

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