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Kleban, C.H. (2000). Foreword. J. Clin. Psychoanal., 9(4):409-410.

(2000). Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis, 9(4):409-410

Current Controversies in Psychoanalytic Technique: Practice and Theory

Foreword

Dr. Carl H. Kleban, M.D.

For many years the Extension Committee of the New York Psychoanalytic Society has presented symposia, discussions, and courses which have stimulated significant discourse in the analytic community. The Symposium of April 4, 2000, in honor of Dr. Manuel Furer continues this distinguished tradition.

The objective of the meeting is to address a particular set of issues of interest to Dr. Furer; that is, how does the recent emphasis on the role and reactions of the analyst in the analytic setting influence our technique? Are changes from our usual techniques justified, and if so what are the theoretical underpinnings of any such changes in technique? Issues such as countertransference, enactment, and the range of interpersonal and intersubjective aspects of analytic work are all relevant to this topic.

Dr. Furer's approach is based on his long experience in both clinical work and the teaching of analytic technique. He searches for

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