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Viederman, M. (1976). The Influence of the Person of the Analyst on Structural Change: A Case Report. Psychoanal Q., 45:231-249.

(1976). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 45:231-249

The Influence of the Person of the Analyst on Structural Change: A Case Report

Milton Viederman, M.D.

ABSTRACT

This paper attempts to demonstrate how values and attitudes of the analyst are inevitably communicated through the interpretative process and how they lead to structural change. Details of the analysis of a woman with a defective feminine self-representation are presented. A transference fantasy of the analyst's wife led to a fantasied ideal object with subsequent identification and modification of structure.

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