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Kluzer, G. (2009). The Analyst's Transference on the Psychoanalytic Theory and Institution. Rom. J. Psychoanal., 2:13-25.

(2009). Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2:13-25

Psychanalyse Clinique et Théorique

The Analyst's Transference on the Psychoanalytic Theory and Institution

Giampaolo Kluzer

Training and Non Training Analysis

In this paper I will try to underline some peculiar situations that the candidate, in his so called ‘Training Analysis’, has to handle, when he meets some difficulties that analysands, with no training projects, usually do not meet. I will further point out some other difficulties that also trained analysts have to face in their psychoanalytic (this term, from here on in the text, will be replaced by the Greek symbol ) activity. I would like to investigate how these situations, peculiar and problematic both for the candidates and the analysts, are strictly connected with the particular ‘status’ of the  theory and of the training system, as well as with the relationship that they, candidates and analysts, may develop towards such ‘status’.

I will start by taking into consideration the pre-analytic, analytic and post-analytic attitudes that candidates may possibly assume towards the  situation, compared with the attitudes assumed by the analysands who are not involved in training programs.


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