By Lesley Murdin
How a lot is adequate? addresses this significant query, taking a look at the explanations why remedy can cross on for too lengthy or can come to a destructively untimely finishing, and providing recommendation on the right way to keep away from both, with a well timed end. utilizing vibrant examples and sensible instructions, Lesley Murdin examines the theoretical, technical and moral features of endings. She emphasises that it isn't in simple terms the sufferer who must swap if one is to accomplish a passable consequence. The therapist needs to observe the alterations in him/herself that are had to let an finishing in psychotherapy. How a lot is adequate? is a special contribution to healing literature, and may end up precious to scholars and pros alike.
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The difficulty is that the doctor, however well analysed he might be, still has his own resistance, his own repression. In the transference relationship, the therapist is working with a blindfold over his own eyes so that although he can hear the words of the patient, he cannot see clearly the person from whom they are coming; they are filtered through his own net. It therefore follows that in any therapy, the therapist must be working on the repressions that defend 33 HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? him from the patient.
Fully aware of the transferential character of my reaction to your letter and consciously I am even grateful to you. (Dupont 1994: 310) He had asked Freud for just one more session and accused him of trickery in being against the relationship with Gizella. Freud’s lack of response to both love affairs was a source of great pain and struggle, but Ferenczi had the advantage of analytic understanding and continued a sort of self-analysis. By Christmas 1916 he was able to write more hopefully: Let this sheet of paper be the proof that I have again attained a degree of normality .
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