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  • Non-Interpretive Mechanisms in Psychoanalytic Therapy: The Boston Change Process Study Group
  • It is by now generally accepted that something more than interpretation is necessary to bring about therapeutic change. Using an approach based on recent studies of mother-infant interaction and non-linear dynamic systems and their relation to theories of mind, the authors propose that the something more resides in interactional intersubjective process that give rise to what they will call implicit relational knowing. This relational procedural domain is intrapsychically distinct from the symb...

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