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Schubart, W. (1989). The Patient in the Psychoanalyst's Consulting Room—The First Consultation as a Psychoanalytic Encounter. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 70:423-432.

(1989). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 70:423-432

The Patient in the Psychoanalyst's Consulting Room—The First Consultation as a Psychoanalytic Encounter

Wolfgang Schubart

SUMMARY

The first consultation with the psychoanalyst is described as a psychoanalytic encounter if the analyst conducts it from beginning to end in a psychoanalytic posture in which the work of interpretation is based on the unconscious scene of the transference-countertransference relationship. It then offers patient and analyst alike sufficient anticipatory experience to predict within limits what might be expected for both parties in a possible ensuing psychoanalysis. This conception of the psychoanalytic consultation is illustrated by a detailed case history.

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