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The play within the play : the enacted dimension of psychoanalytic process

Author: Gil A Katz
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2014.
Series: Relational perspectives book series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book presents the enacted dimension of psychoanalytic process. He clarifies that enactment is not simply an overt event but an unconscious, continuously evolving, dynamically meaningful process. Using clinical examples, including several extended case reports, Gil Katz demonstrates how in all treatments, a new version of the patient's early conflicts, traumas, and formative object relationships is inevitably  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gil A Katz
ISBN: 9780415819664 0415819660 9780415819671 0415819679 9780203798928 0203798929 1134415052 9781134415052
OCLC Number: 835102258
Description: xxii, 185 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
Theoretical evolution --
In the beginning : the talking cure and the problem of action --
Forerunners : the transference/countertransference matrix --
Enactment : the emergence of a new concept --
The enacted dimension of analytic process --
Where the action is : the second dimension of analytic process --
Clinical illustrations : reliving preverbal and unformulated experience in the enacted dimension --
Clinical illustration : an enacted process within an enacted process --
Interaction in psychoanalysis : across and through the interspychic "cat-flap" --
Enactment and analytic technique : what we can learn from john lennon and microwave --
Ovens --
Enactment and actualization in a thirteen year treatment --
The enacted dimension of analytic supervision : the parallel process phenomenon --
Trauma and the enacted dimension --
Dissociative identity disorder and the enacted dimension --
Object loss and mourning in the enacted dimension --
Transgenerational transmission of the holocaust trauma in the enacted dimension --
Frequently asked questions (and answers) --
Is enactment entirely a process between two minds, or does it also say something about one mind? --
Even with the understanding that enactment is an interactive transference/countertransference --
Process, could one still distinguish between a primarily transference enactment and a primarily countertransference enactment? --
Is it possible to say when an enacted process begins? : is it important to do so? --
Regarding the Sandler vignette : what would have happened had the patient had a different analyst --
Who was not inclined to pass the tissue box? --
What, if anything, gets lost or compromised when there is a big theoretical emphasis on enactment? --
Is there any reason to use the term "acting out" anymore? --
How does one determine when something is an enactment? --
When would you address an enacted process once you do become aware that it has taken place? --
Is verbal interpretation of enactment required or not? --
If enactment is an interactive or co-constructed process, does the analyst need to disclose more? --
How does an appreciation of the enacted dimension affect supervisory technique? --
Is the enacted dimension more common in cases of trauma that is, in treatments where dissociation, as opposed to repression, is the major defense mechanism? --
Your last answer notwithstanding, aren't some enactments more enactment than others? --
References.
Series Title: Relational perspectives book series.
Responsibility: Gil Katz.

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This book presents the enacted dimension of psychoanalytic process. He clarifies that enactment is not simply an overt event but an unconscious, continuously evolving, dynamically meaningful process. Using clinical examples, including several extended case reports, Gil Katz demonstrates how in all treatments, a new version of the patient's early conflicts, traumas, and formative object relationships is inevitably created, without awareness or intent, in the here-and-now of the analytic dyad. Within the enacted dimension, repressed or dissociated aspects of the patient's past are not just remembered, they are re-lived. Katz shows how, when the enacted dimension becomes conscious, it forms the basis for genuine and transforming experiential insight.

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