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Busch, F. (2000). What is a Deep Interpretation?. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 48(1):237-254.

(2000). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 48(1):237-254

What is a Deep Interpretation?

Fred Busch

Important differences are emerging regarding the place where analysts believe the most meaningful analytic work takes place. One area that highlights these distinct ways of working is the analyst's view of deep interpretations. Models underlying the differing perspectives on this issue are presented, along with an extended clinical example that illustrates the importance of considering, in formulating analytic interventions, the concept of a structured mind. A view of the analytic process that accords the patient's perspective greater privilege is introduced.

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