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Levin, C.B. (2015). The Two Analyses of Mr. X: Two Analytic Voices and the Emergence of Something New. Psychoanal. Inq., 35(3):312-324.

(2015). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 35(3):312-324

The Two Analyses of Mr. X: Two Analytic Voices and the Emergence of Something New

Carol B. Levin, M.D.

In a bridging session after the sudden death of his analyst, I realized that Mr. X and I were both grieving for her. V had been my teacher, supervisor, and friend, and I knew her analytic voice from the inside. I heard it in my consulting room not only in Mr. X’s words but also in his relational patterns and expectations as they emerged as we moved along. Hearing V’s voice stand in such stark contrast with mine led me to reconceptualize the venerable concept of analytic voice from within contemporary psychoanalytic theory. My analytic voice freed Mr. X from V’s complex constraints, and my experience as Mr. X’s analyst unexpectedly came to free me. I have come to understand analytic voice as an emergent property of a complex dynamic system.

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