L' analista relazionale non intrusivo*

*Traduzione a cura di Elena Facchi

  • Robert Grossmark
  • Elena Facchi

Abstract

Descrivo un approccio relazionale non intrusivo nel trattamento psicoanalitico di stati e modi d'esistere inanimati e non esprimibili verbalmente. Intendo sviluppare una sensibilità relazionale contemporanea che valorizzi il coinvolgimento intersoggettivo tra analista e paziente e l'enactment di stati dissociati e non espressi, unitamente ai concetti di regressione e di analista non intrusivo come centrali nel lavoro degli analisti indipendenti britannici, con una particolare attenzione per Michael e Enid Balint. Sottolineo che nell'essere non invadente, l'analista non è neutrale o astinente, ma profondamente coinvolto, trasformando l'analista nei bisogni del paziente. Si presenta un caso come resoconto di un lavoro analitico che si è sviluppato e reso possibile dalla mia presenza non intrusiva, favorendo l'idioma personale, le relazioni oggettuali e i primitivi bisogni di sviluppo del paziente. Offro un'interpretazione contemporanea di regressione che include la reciprocità, la regolazione e l'accompagnamento. Propongo un concetto di “regolazione regressiva reciproca benigna”, evidenziando e differenziando alcune influenze provenienti dal campo psicoanalitico contemporaneo.

Biografia dell'autore

Robert Grossmark

 

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2018-12-07
Come citare l'articolo
GROSSMARK, Robert; FACCHI, Elena. L' analista relazionale non intrusivo*. Polaris. Psicoanalisi e mondo contemporaneo, [S.l.], n. 4, p. 57-75, dic. 2018. ISSN 2532-6929. Disponibile all'indirizzo: <http://www.polarispsicoanalisi.it/ojs/index.php/ppmc/article/view/41>. Data di accesso: 26 mag. 2019