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Busch, F. (2003). Back to the Future. Psychoanal Q., 72(1):201-215.

(2003). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 72(1):201-215

Back to the Future

Fred Busch, Ph.D.

Significant components of psychoanalytic technique, and the theory that underlies it, seem to remain buried in our past, but are central to the growth of psychoanalysis as a treatment method based on understanding a patient's mind. By updating technique based on a theory of mind with structure, the author views the increasing freedom of the patient's mind as central to the curative process, and takes the position that in interpretive work, the analyst needs to pay more attention to the patient's capacity to meaningfully receive and integrate the analyst's interventions.

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