By Michael Fordham
Michael Fordham used to be a chum of Jung, made many significant contributions to analytical psychology. This quantity brings jointly his key writings on analytical approach. they're vital simply because they've got formed and expert analytical approach as we discover it at the present time. those writings might be welcomed through either trainee and training analysts.
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It is quite clear that what I have described is at variance with the notion of introducing intellectual knowledge when the archetypal projections are in full swing, for whether the analyst likes it or not he will inevitably embody the image, as Jung clearly sees when he says (1946, p. 170): Practical analysis has shown that unconscious contents are invariably projected at first on to concrete persons and situations. Many projections can ultimately be integrated back into the individual once he has recognized their subjective origin: others resist integration, and although they may be detached from their original objects they thereupon transfer themselves to the doctor.
Yet it is evident that the self as an integrated whole is seldom in the forefront of the analyst’s behaviour, which is more often based on other archetypal forms. Yet it may be discerned obscurely by patients in their experience of their analyst as a god of one kind or another. This easily induces resistances in analysts, but it has indeed a basis of truth, since all the analysts’ reactions, whether interpretations, questions, comments, or acts, are operations of their own natures. The danger associated with the emergence of this archetypal form is inflation.
To be sure, I had found that some patients before ending their analysis would review those parts of it in which they believed I had made mistakes, and I could see that they were often right, but by then details had escaped me. In addition, dreams about the patient give another clue, and it is possible to realize that wrong or mis-timed interpretations spring from a repressed source. However, an accurate verbal record shows up the phenomena far better than anything else, for it can reveal without any shadow of doubt what can happen and how the analyst’s own psyche can replace the patient’s by projection.
Analyst-Patient Interaction: Collected Papers on Technique by Michael Fordham