By Norbert Freedman, Marvin Hurvich, Rhonda Ward
Within the present expert weather, the demands evidenced-based therapy and the status accorded to this brand, psychological well-being execs are asking: for what function can we search proof? For our scholars? For the general public at huge? For an internal feel of feeling supported by means of technology?
Most disciplines are interested in cumulative wisdom, aimed at self-affirmation and self-definition, that's, constructing a feeling of legitimacy. the 3 elements of this quantity are directed towards the target of asserting a private and non-private experience of the legitimacy of psychoanalysis, thereby shaping specialist identification. every one contribution adheres to the precepts of medical inquiry, with a dedication to declaring or disconfirming medical propositions, using consensually agreed upon tools of commentary, and arriving at inferences which are persuasive and feature the aptitude to maneuver the sector ahead. past this, each one a part of this e-book describes precise methodologies that generate facts relating public future health coverage, the persuasiveness and integrity of our psychoanalytic strategies, and phenomena encountered in day-by-day medical perform.
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Additional info for Another Kind of Evidence: Studies on Internalization, Annihilation Anxiety and Progressive Symbolization in the Psychoanalytic Process
The processes that re-create on the intrapersonal terrain of selfexperience the dialogic structure and functions of interactions 17 18 A N OT H E R K I N D O F E V I D E N C E that previously took place during conversations with therapists, are to some extent available to introspection and self-report. 3. The narratives patients tell about the interpersonal aspects of their experiences in therapy offer a valid basis upon which to make inferences about the forms in which representations of their therapeutic dialogue enter awareness and their subjective meanings, the feelings that accompany their evocation and the functions they serve in patients’ lives.
Representations of human interactions may be as varied in their complexity, emotional colouring, and functional significance as those existing between actual persons. 3. Whether representations of the self in relation to others are voluntarily brought into awareness or seem to appear spontaneously, individuals can use or react to them without conscious experience of their meaning or functional significance. Concurrently, the understanding that patients’ interactions with internalized representations of “therapy with their therapists” can influence important aspects of behaviour in a manner analogous to the “impacts” of in-session communicative exchanges with the therapist has become increasingly influential among psychoanalytic and cognitively oriented theorists (Atwood & Stolorow, 1980; Dorpat, 1974; Edelson, 1963; Geller, 1987; Kohut, 1971; Loewald, 1960; Norcross & Goldfried, 2005; Olds, 2006; Pine, 1988; and Strupp, Hadley & Gomes-Schwartz, 1977).
We align ourselves with those theorists who share three related hypotheses about the interpersonal aspects of the “representational world” (Sandler & Rosenblatt, 1962): 1. The emergence of symbolizing capacities during the course of development makes it possible to employ images, objects, words, and actions to stand for or represent interactions with others who are not immediately available to the senses. 22 A N OT H E R K I N D O F E V I D E N C E 2. Representations of human interactions may be as varied in their complexity, emotional colouring, and functional significance as those existing between actual persons.
Another Kind of Evidence: Studies on Internalization, Annihilation Anxiety and Progressive Symbolization in the Psychoanalytic Process by Norbert Freedman, Marvin Hurvich, Rhonda Ward