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keeping ourselves alive & Engaged in depth work

March 2022 Theme:

Working With Countertransference & Making Interpretations


  • INTIMACY & SEPARATENESS CHAPTER 5 – ‘The Interpretive Attitude’ – pages 46-58; CHAPTER 7 – ‘The Analyst’s Fears’ – pages 73 – 84.
  • SELF-EXAMINATION – CHAPTER 5 – ‘Finding a Mind Of One’s Own’ – pages 64 – 79.  
  • SOMATIC EXPERIENCE – CHAPTER 6 – ‘Traces Of The Other’ – pages 73 – 87.  
  • PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS  –   ReviewCHAPTER 4 -‘Implications of Developmental Levels Of Organization’ – pages 83 – 95.  Splitting – pages 116-117.  ‘Projective Identification’ – pages 111-115.


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“The therapist’s attitude of working with analytic curiosity towards understanding and insight is the essential factor that shapes the therapeutic situation, and makes possible the therapeutic value both of non-interpretive activities and of formal declarative interpretations.”

Warren Poland

“We can make our minds so like still water that beings gather about us that they may see, it may be, their own images, and so live for a moment with a clearer, perhaps even with a fiercer life because of our quiet.”

– William Butler Yeats



You can hold back from the

suffering of this world

and you have permission to do so,

and it is in accordance

with your nature,

but perhaps this very holding back

is the one suffering

you could have avoided.


– Franz Kafka