Psychodynamic Psychiatry – Volume 49 – Issue 1 – Mar 2021
In the classical psychoanalytic tradition, the patient is seen as unconsciously governed by forces that are at odds with the healing process. But over the years, the concept of resistance against change has been subjected to modifications, and the patient’s contribution to the therapeutic relationship has come to be seen as more oriented to a conscious and unconscious collaboration
with the clinician.
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