By Robert A. Caper
This choice of papers, written over the past six years via Robert Caper, specializes in the significance of distinguishing self from item in mental development.
Robert Caper demonstrates the significance this mental disentanglement performs within the healing influence of psychoanalysis.
In doing so he demonstrates what differentiates the perform of psychoanalysis from psychotherapy; whereas psychotherapy goals to ease the sufferer in the direction of "good psychological health and wellbeing" via cautious advice; psychoanalysis permits the sufferer to find him/herself, with the self entirely individual from people and different objects.
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E. seductive) variation—one that controls the patient’s mind by ‘parental’ love and approval rather than ‘parental’ hatred and disapproval. Instead, the analyst becomes the one thing that an archaic superego is incapable of being: realistic. Strachey wrote that ‘the most important characteristic of the auxiliary superego is that its advice to the ego is consistently based upon real and contemporary considerations and this in itself serves to differentiate it from the greater part of the original superego’ (1934 , pp.
By virtue of interpreting (rather than playing into) the transference, the analyst becomes a safe and logical receptacle for further projections. e. one unable to disentangle itself convincingly enough from the patient’s phantasies). Interpretation fosters and promotes projection, and projection in turn allows interpretation to have a more-than-academic interest. This attitude of realism on the part of the analyst is not at all the same as emotional detachment; on the contrary, the analyst cannot afford emotional detachment (despite Freud’s comparison of the analyst to a surgeon).
After clarifying what, in his view, distinguishes psychoanalysis from suggestion in principle, Strachey goes on to acknowledge a number of difficulties connected to doing analysis in practice. Some of these difficulties reveal themselves in symptomatic behavior on the part of the analyst: even when he knows what he should interpret, he may fail to do so, and instead may be undecided whether the proper moment has come; ask questions; give reassurances, advice, or discourse upon theory; give interpretations that are extra-transferential, non-immediate, or inexact; give two or more interpretations simultaneously; and give interpretations while at the same time showing his skepticism about them.
A Mind of One's Own: A Kleinian View of Self and Object (New Library of Psychoanalysis) by Robert A. Caper