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Alternatively, from the adaptive vantage point, almost everything that a patient experiences in the course of a therapy (the exceptions being strong outside traumas) is evoked by the actual nature and implications of the analyst's interventions - by what the analyst does and significantly does not say and do. Rosenbaum's responses to the patient's rare death-related dream involved interpretation in metaphors and intellectualized efforts to translate the imagery into self-related, developmental, and other inner mental concerns that detach the dream material from reality (and from death and the extreme anxiety it evokes).
Dare to be Human: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Journey Robert Langs American Journal of Psychotherapy; 2009; 63, 2; Docstoc pg. 207 Reprodu
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