By Robert A. Caper
This selection of papers, written over the past six years through Robert Caper, makes a speciality of the significance of distinguishing self from item in mental development.
Robert Caper demonstrates the significance this mental disentanglement performs within the healing impression of psychoanalysis.
In doing so he demonstrates what differentiates the perform of psychoanalysis from psychotherapy; whereas psychotherapy goals to ease the sufferer in the direction of "good psychological future health" via cautious advice; psychoanalysis permits the sufferer to find him/herself, with the self absolutely amazing from people and different objects.
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In Envy and Gratitude Melanie Klein returned to the technical issue that Freud had addressed in 1912. She wrote: It makes great demands on the analyst and on the patient to analyse splitting processes and the underlying hate and envy in both the positive and negative transference. One consequence of this difficulty is the tendency of some analysts to reinforce the positive and avoid the negative transference, and to attempt to strengthen feelings of love by taking the role of the good object which the patient has not been able to establish securely in the past.
This means that, in the end, one either analyzes the transference or practices suggestion willy-nilly. ‘Willy-nilly’ because if the transference is not analyzed, the patient will retain his unconscious belief in the archaic group/leader situation, and whatever the analyst says will be taken as a leaderly pronouncement, however it was intended. This means that, while the scope of psychoanalysis itself may in principle be unlimited, the scope of any particular, that is, real, analysis is limited by the capacity of the patient and analyst to address the live transference in a realistic way.
It is to assist the patient to integrate repressed or split-off parts of his personality. This idea has a long lineage, going back to Freud’s ‘wo Es war, werde Ich sein’ and beyond, but, while Freud was probably thinking about something like integrating split-off impulses or affects, I take the role of the psychoanalyst to be helping the patient integrate split-off parts of the personality. By this I mean that the interpretation must ultimately concern the patient’s unconscious phantasies of himself in relation to some object, including who the object is, what he is doing to the object, and why he is doing it (Heimann 1950).