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The Boston Change Process Study Group (CPSG) Bruschweiler-Stern, N. Harrison, A.M. Lyons-Ruth, K. Morgan, A. . Nahum, J.P. Sander, L.W. N. Stern, D. . Tronick, E. . (2002). Explicating The Implicit: The Local Level and The Microprocess of Change In The Analytic Situation. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 83(5):1051-1062.
    

(2002). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 83(5):1051-1062

Explicating The Implicit: The Local Level and The Microprocess of Change In The Analytic Situation

The Boston Change Process Study Group (CPSG), Nadia Bruschweiler-Stern, Alexandra M. Harrison, Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Alexander C. Morgan, Jeremy P. Nahum, Louis W. Sander, Daniel N. N. Stern and Edward Z. Tronick

This paper proposes a method of examining the micro-events of the analytic process that borrows heavily from developmental research. The increasing importance of illuminating the microprocess of interaction to understanding the process of change in analytic treatment is emphasised. A set of constructs and terminology is proposed for the study of the moment-to-moment interactive process in psychoanalytic therapy referred to as the local level. A theory of therapeutic action based on ‘local-level’ process is then explicated. Its central element involves a step-by-step process of ‘fitting together’, which leads to changes in implicit knowing through alteration of emotional procedures.

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