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Boston Change Process Study Group (2008). Forms of Relational Meaning: Issues in the Relations Between the Implicit and Reflective-Verbal Domains. Psychoanal. Dial., 18(2):125-148.

(2008). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18(2):125-148

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Boston Change Process Study Group

Introduction

The Relations Between the Implicit and the Reflective-Verbal domains have become crucial in thinking about psychotherapy. This is largely because of the growing awareness of the large domain of implicit knowing, both in infant observations and in adult therapy, as well as new importance given to enactments, which are usually seen as implicit. To make the dialogue more productive between clinicians and theorists, it becomes necessary to delineate as clearly as possible the differences, similarities, connections, and boundaries between these two domains.

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