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Gaillard, C. Gibeault, A. (2011). A Thematic Dialogue: Towards a Conclusion and a Follow-up. J. Anal. Psychol., 56(3):320-333.

(2011). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56(3):320-333

A Thematic Dialogue: Towards a Conclusion and a Follow-up

Christian Gaillard, Ph.D. and Alain Gibeault, Ph.D.

Following the themed debate that took place after the panel, we reconsidered and explored further our hypotheses in light of the comments made by our colleagues. Clearly, it is the structural approach that underlies both the Freudian primal phantasies and the Jungian archetypes, while taking account at the same time that their approaches are informed by contemporary emergentist theories. Our discussion centred on the divergences in the cases of psychosis and neurosis, on the roles, in turn, of a return to childhood and the play of archaic representations, on the transference and countertransference functions and finally on the need to pay attention to what are deemed synchronous moments in the event.

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