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Concerns of analysis. . The sine qua non, which stamps a procedure or an explanation of behavior as analytic is its speci®c focus on the intra-psychic, unconscious, and con¯ictual'' (pp. 143±4). This de®nition bypasses the tiring theoretical debate of ``is it psychoanalysis or is it psychotherapy'' and looks at what is occurring clinically. Rangell is someone in the analytic ®eld who has been involved for literally ®fty years in the theoretical debate over the differences between psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Maybe safer and easier to control. I think you have plenty to take with you today. '' She said, ``OK. I will see what happens. '' De®ning psychoanalytic treatment 15 This type of devaluing, combative stance is common with patients like Leslie, struggling with paranoid-schizoid (Klein 1946) experiences of self and the world. A great deal may be achieved in a session or over the course of several months, only to be discounted and attacked by the patient. This is a deliberate pushing away and canceling of the painful and intense analytic contact that was established.
I wish to highlight several aspects of Tom's analytic treatment. There was a very particular way he tried, through the transference, to keep us from having successful or meaningful analytic contact. When using the term ``analytic contact'', I mean the establishment of connection and communication regarding deeper, unconscious material and the exploration and interpretation of such material. This includes the mutual examination of dreams, phantasies, con¯icts, wishes, and the defenses against them.