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Stänicke, E. Strømme, H. Killingmo, B. Gullestad, S.E. (2015). Analytic Change: Assessing Ways of Being in a Psychoanalytic Follow-up Interview. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 96(3):797-815.

(2015). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 96(3):797-815

Analytic Change: Assessing Ways of Being in a Psychoanalytic Follow-up Interview Language Translation

Erik Stänicke, Hanne Strømme, Bjørn Killingmo and Siri Erika Gullestad

(Accepted for publication 24 July 2013)

The article argues that the concepts of relational scenario, structuralized affect and actualized affect are proposed candidates for observation of changes in relational ways of being as it is expressed in transference. A psychoanalytic follow-up interview of a former analytic patient is presented in order to illustrate how change in relational ways of being may be registered and studied. By triangulating the patient's verbal report of change with nonverbal information and transference-countertransference dynamics, one may grasp qualitative changes in relational ways of being. The case presented illustrates a former patient's on-going process of working towards representing aggression in a more direct manner and how this process is made observable with the aid of the proposed concepts in the interview situation. The proposed concepts of relational scenario, structuralized and actualized affect discussed are compared to the concept of transference used in studies of core conflictual relationship theme (CCRT).

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