Scabbiolo’s Creative Psychoanalytic Process suggests that at the heart of transmutation in psychoanalysis is a creative impulse, an innate impulse that, when fostered and allowed to thrive, changes both patient and analyst. This impulse allows for both individuals, and their internal objects, to develop freedom to create. Scabbiolo suggests that this impulse is present in the psychoanalytic process from the very beginning and can be found in dreams, transference and countertransference, artwork, and children’s play. However, when this impulse encounters trauma, there occurs negativity and a compulsion to repeat, leaving the patient and analyst stuck as they hide in fear of creating and experiencing new emotions.
The nature of the creative conflict
- The great divorce of the creative conflict
- The emergence of the new event
- The creative conflict inside the patient and the analyst
- The creative conflict between mother and baby
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