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(1999). Subject Index. The Therapeutic Alliance, 133-137.

(1999). Subject Index. The Therapeutic Alliance , 133-137

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Subject Index

Abstinence, 39-40, 56
with disturbed patients, 89-90
Abusive childhood, 82-83
Aggression, projection of, 66-67
Alliance. see also Patient-analyst relationshipTherapeutic alliance
concepts of, 40-41
Ferenczi's vs. Freud's view of, 42-43
history of, 41-42
temptation to build, 47
Alliance-building statements, disruptive, 76
Aloneness problems, 78-79
in narcissistic personality disorder, 79-80
Ambiguity, 85-87
tolerance for, 85-86
Analysis, two-person process of, 115-118
“Analysis Terminable and Interminable” (Freud), 3-4, 6
Analyst
abstinence of, 56
activities of, 98
character of, 22-23
desire of, 103
evaluation of, 24-25
goals of, 37-38, 52-53
loneliness of, in therapeutic relationship, 47-48
needs of, 36-53
neutrality of, 36-53, 56-57
neutrality vs. subjectivity of, 102-104
self-disclosure of, 13, 44, 72-73, 103
subjectivity of, 73-74
therapeutic intent of, 104-106
working self of, 23
Analytic attachments, maternal transference at core of, 9
Analytic experience, patient's responses to, 12-13
Analytic goals, 44-46
Analytic progress, 96-97
Analytic relationship.

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