By Antonino Ferro
Is psychoanalysis a kind of literature? Can telling 'stories' aid us to get on the fact? Psychoanalysis as remedy and Storytelling examines psychoanalysis from views - as a medication for psychic pain, and as a sequence of news instructed among sufferer and analyst. Antonino Ferro makes use of various medical examples to enquire how narration and interpretation are interconnected within the analytic consultation. He attracts on and develops Bion's theories to offer a unique standpoint on matters corresponding to: psychoanalysis as a selected kind of literature sexuality as a story style or dialect within the analyst's consulting room myth and hallucination appearing out, the countertransference and the transgenerational box play: characters, narrations and interpretations. Psychoanalytic clinicians and theoreticians alike will locate the cutting edge method of the analytic consultation defined right here of significant curiosity. Winner of the 2007 Sigourney Award.
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En FI F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 ... Fn hypotheses A �-elements B a-elements C Dream thoughts. n •• A6 dreams, myths D Pre-conception E Conception F Concept G Scientific deductive G2 system H Algebraic calculus Figure 5 Bion's Grid 31 In praise oj Row C The analyst performs a narrative traniformation whenever he takes �-elements upon himself and succeeds in giving them an original interpretative construction, in which he confers narrative status on the pressing emotional turbulence or evacuation of �-elements, according to the relevant genre.
Figure 6 A landscape drawn by Carletto 35 In praise of Row C One final comment. Carletto is an adopted c h i l d , with problems of u n ruly behaviour at school and, in the past, of stealing; however, he has become increasingly integ rated i nto the affective reality of his family, through his adoptive parents' loving care. When they originally took h i m home from the orphanage, he had been d iagnosed as autistic. He did not speak, look anyo ne in the face, or draw pictures. They asked me to mon itor him periodically, and to wait for them to be able to take Carletto in before contem plating the possibility of therapy.
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Psychoanalysis as Therapy and Storytelling (The New Library of Psychoanalysis) by Antonino Ferro