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과목: 현대정신분석의 개입 기법

주제: 치료자의 무의식적 태도

강사: 신현근 박사

내용: 강의안

교재: Spotnitz, H. (1976). Unconscious attitudes of the therapist in Psychopathology of preoedipal conditions. Northvale (pp. 31-34), NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

 Unconscious Attitudes of the Therapist

 

1.       Overview

1.1.     The psychotherapist whose primary interest is to provide patients with the benefits of his own wisdom and solution for the problems of life risks the danger of violating scientific integrity of his role.

1.2.     If the psychotherapist is more interested in being as therapeutic as possible than in functioning with scientific objectivity, he tends to set up a system of values whereby he decides what is good and what is bad for the patients, what is to be encouraged and what discouraged.

1.3.     Personal wishes – what pleases the therapist himself – influence the judgment; the wishes of society – social approval – also enter into this system of values.

 

2.       Intrusion of Value Judgment

2.1.     The goal of healing the mind and making it capable of operating healthfully in its own interests tends to be lost sight of as value judgments adulterate the analytic process.

2.2.     Another impression I have gained from the paper by Drs. Schwartz and Wolf (1958) is that they feel that they have discovered a way to do psychotherapy that is universally good or right, in contradistinction to a bad or wrong way to do it.

 

3.       Need for Pragmatism

3.1.     The truth of the matter is that there are no absolutes in this area.

3.1.1.  What is very effective in one situation can be relatively less effective in another, and of no therapeutic value whatsoever in still other situations.

3.2.     The same principle operates in the fields of clinical medicine and pharmacology, where almost every kind of medication r procedure has its indications and contraindications.

3.3.     What all of us want is effective psychotherapy – the method that will lead to the best results with the least expenditure of time and energy.

3.3.1.  It is not brought any closer by the advocacy of “good” psychotherapy, by invective, or by the blanket condemnation of procedures which we do not personally approve.

3.3.2.  What we need to know are the organization, application, and sequence of psychotherapeutic principles and attitudes that are essential to achieve the best results.

3.3.3.  In other words: What is effective and what is ineffective in each psychological condition, and what psychological instruments are the most efficacious for dealing with various kinds of psychological situations and problems?

 

4.       Learning from Errors

4.1.     All of us make errors time and again.

4.2.     Instead of condemning the good and condemning the bad in general terms, it seems to me that, the task confronting us is to report on the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic measures in specific situations and the timing and the sequence in which particular measures have produced the best results.

4.3.     Patients and society as a whole demands on us for the more precise application of specific procedures.

4.4.     These demands can be met by illuminating the still dark areas of psychotherapy with fresh knowledge.

 

 
 
 
 
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