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But you see, they are not really interpretations but simply power moves aimed at limiting the patient’s autonomy and exacting compliance. 24 Power Relations in the Office her. She seemed to consider this. The session ended with a need to further clarify her insurance situation. She told me not to expect to hear from her for several days because she would be on call and would not have time to look into the matter. I did not expect to hear from her again and regretted it; I was interested in working with her.
He says, “eventually I could feel that I knew whether they were true” (p. 199). 26 Stern is sensitive to the problem of power relations in the therapeutic situation, however he limits his concern to what he describes as “the unconscious workings of power” (p. ” The latter is a complex term that refers to a spirit of equality, but it is not the same as saying the participants are equal. Unconscious or otherwise, power is power 26 I could not imagine making such a claim myself and, in discussing a patient elsewhere (Leffert, 2008), raise similar questions and go to some pains to stress that they are unanswerable.
Their goal is to examine the borderline concept with particular reference to the work of Otto Kernberg (then much in vogue). They disclose that some members were predisposed to discard the concept and none predisposed to accept it. I remember 16 This is an unusual statement to find in an analytic text. The motivation is not at all unusual; it is, after all, what we all do in such writing. What is unusual is that I am making it explicit. 17 The authors spend 55 pages, roughly 20% of the book, presenting material taken from four analytic cases18 suggesting they believed that such presentations had evidential rather than mere illustrative standing.