By Michael Fordham

ISBN-10: 0203360192

ISBN-13: 9780203360194

ISBN-10: 0203376951

ISBN-13: 9780203376959

ISBN-10: 0415121841

ISBN-13: 9780415121842

Michael Fordham used to be a pal of Jung, made many significant contributions to analytical psychology. This quantity brings jointly his key writings on analytical method. they're vital simply because they've got formed and educated analytical strategy as we discover it this day. those writings may be welcomed by means of either trainee and training analysts.

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Jung’s method must depend upon the patient’s ability to introject his projections and ‘raise them to the subjective plane’. Out of this grows active imagination, which has become the means by which the ego is brought into a vital relation with the archetypal images. It is under these conditions that it may be assumed that the transference would become less intense; they might even signalize its termination. It is here that Jung gives only general statements such as the one already quoted: ‘With the beginning of the synthetic treatment it is of advantage to spread out the consultations.

It is useless to object because an analysis goes on so long, and equally futile to know what is best for these patients who cannot ‘live’. They can live only in the transference, and to try to break it by any means only leads to probable disaster. In an ideal analysis the analyst would not need any defences, nor would he display counter-transference illusions, in the sense to be defined later, but his reactions of whatever sort would be adapted to the patient’s requirements at every point. These requirements are manifestly complex, but they may usefully be classed under two headings: (a) those belonging to the transference neurosis and the repetition of infantile patterns of behaviour, termed by Freud the repetition compulsion, and (b) those belonging to the archetypal transference, in which the analyst can become more openly involved with the patient.

These end the considerations that I believe lie at the root of all procedures in analytical psychology. They lead to the idea that every activity of the analyst, be it arrangement of interviews, comment, interpretation, tone of voice, inevitably expresses some facet of the analyst’s total personality, which will become more and more engaged with his patient as the analysis proceeds. For this reason care needs to be taken in assessing the importance of techniques. It is claimed that those based on ego structures cannot cover the whole analytic procedure because they can or do exclude unconscious effects mediated through the animus or anima as the case may be; the word ‘effect’ seems to me preferable to influence.

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