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Tyndale, A. Rosenberg, V. (2014). The Independent Tradition. Brit. J. Psychother., 30(3):305-313.

(2014). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(3):305-313

‘Essentially Ours, Specifically …’ Part III

The Independent Tradition

Anne Tyndale and Viqui Rosenberg

The authors have preserved the format of their original presentation where Anne Tyndale described the conceptualizations that characterize the Independent approach: namely, their reliance on the living experience offered by the analytic frame illuminated by timely interpretation. Interpretation emerges from the experience of listening - to the analysand and to the analyst's own psychic movements. In this context, premature interpretations of the transference are purposely avoided, as they risk creating a superimposed and artificial dynamic between analysand and analyst. Viqui Rosenberg illustrates the approach and offers her reflections.

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