La ricerca può influenzare la pratica clinica?

Journal title SETTING
Author/s Juan Pablo Jiménez
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/25 Language Italian
Pages 24 P. 5-28 File size 620 KB
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La ricerca può influenzare la pratica clinica? - After briefly reviewing the unfavourable reception accorded empirical research by parts of the psychoanalytic community, as well as some of the benefits to clinical practice of analysts being involved in research activities, the author examines whether the findings of process and outcome research in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can help identify the most appropriate forms of intervention for producing therapeutic change, given the specific condition of the patient and the relationship that the individual establishes with the analyst. He argues that research findings can influence clinical practice on various levels and in different areas, and goes on to examine a number of related issues: the specificity of therapeutic interventions versus the relevance of common curative factors; the dyadic conception of technique and ways of understanding the therapeutic action of the treatment alliance; and the strategic or euristic conception in psychoanalytic therapy. Finally, the author presents clinical material with the aim of illustrating how the knowledge acquired through research an be applied to psychoanalytic treatment

Juan Pablo Jiménez, La ricerca può influenzare la pratica clinica? in "SETTING" 25/2008, pp 5-28, DOI: