work until it is reactivated.
Este Cmap, tiene información relacionada con: Terminación, Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis The illusion of the timelessness of the psychoanalytic fact is not the meaning of the timelessness of the process. According to Knafo (2018) the timelessness of the unconscious in its free associations, fantasies, dreams,... do not make the treatment timeless, since, for the author, "the truth is that the reality of time and limits are always present although they are not acknowledge.” (p.8). This idea is reinforced with what Knafo argued from Green (2000) "the real object of psychoanalysis is temporality." (p.8)., Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Termination, transfer, counter transfer. Termination as the final moment of the therapeutic relationship always provides new material to work on, above all "it is an opportunity to examine underestimated aspects of the transference-countertransference relationship" (Knafo, 2018, p.13), always seeking a significant transformation of this relationship, reviewing the proper process of internalization and the abandonment of fantasies, where despite "the incomplete nature of the ending, it offers a sense of transcendence and continuity." (Knafo, 2018, p.13)., Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Beginnings herald endings, and endings hear beginnings. It sounds paradoxical but it is a reality that in the treatment, in the first session there is a projection of what the end will be, and at the end of the treatment there is a link with the beginning. At the beginning, clues are received that foreshadow the features of the ending, and at the end, situations connected with the beginning come out. This is the main intention of the author "In this article, I will show the intimate connection that exists between beginnings and endings." (Knafo, 2018 p. 8), Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Termination understood as a phase versus Termination as a process present from the beginning of the treatment. There is a proposal to understand the termination not as a stage marked and inscribed at a certain moment of the analysis in terms of mourning as many have emphasized, but as a process that the treatment goes through from its beginning. That is to say “consider termination not as a "phase" of analysis but, rather, as a process that includes mourning, loss and time from the very beginning, and that the end is already present in the beginning.” (Knafo 2018, p.8)., Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Cycle of separation and reunion as preparation for termination. Recognizing that from the beginning there are issues of termination, allows not to strip the process as part of a whole and understand that all the experiences that during the treatment make possible that cycle between therapist and patient of separation and reunion, becomes a preparation for goodbye definitive where “a successful termination brings with it a sense of having transcended the need for the relationship, but with the important caveat that the analytic process will continue”. (Knafo, 2018, p. 10), Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Limitations in the definition of the term “termination”. According to Bass (2009) in the definitions of the term presented in dictionaries such as "confinement", "purpose", "stop something so that it does not extend further", it suffers from not capturing the crucial dimensions of those moments in which, final and beginnings merge., Beginnings and Endings: Time and Termination in Psychoanalysis Termination is intrinsic to the entire analytic process. (Knafo, 2018, p. 8) It happens in the same way in management of any kind, in our case psychological, the same as with self-awareness of death: when one begins clinical treatment, the knowledge that one day it will end is already included. Not because we don't think about it, not because we don't see it, not because we tend to deny it, it will stop coming.