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PIRES, António Pazo. The change in psychoanalysis and the changing psychoanalysis: Parte I. Tempo psicanal. [online]. 2019, vol.51, n.2, pp. 244-269. ISSN 0101-4838.

The topic is how the therapeutic action in psychoanalysis is seen today and in the past. I support the idea that there is often an overvaluation of traditional views and interventions with ignorance of the latest conceptualizations and discoveries and in some cases a preference for new forms of conceptualization and intervention and excessive devaluation of the older ones. Key concepts in the therapeutic process such as recall, insight, interpretation, resistance, neutrality, and transference have been reformulated or ceased to be the center of action and have diminished their importance, yielding relevance to concepts such as countertransference, projective identification, and more recently to relation, enactment, emotions, interpersonal relationships outside the setting, and the patient's future. Psychoanalysis turned its attention from the patient to the analyst. We discuss the changes of traditional visions in contemporary visions and their implications in two texts. In this text identified as the first part we will address recall, insight, interpretation, resistance, and neutrality. The remainder will be covered in Part Two.

Keywords : therapeutic action; recall; insight; interpretation; resistance; neutrality.

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