By Chris Mawson
Bion this day explores how Bion’s paintings is utilized in modern settings; how his rules were utilized on the point of the person, the crowd and the business enterprise; and which phenomena were made extra understandable during the lenses of his recommendations. The book introduces special psychoanalytic contributions to teach the ways that distinctive analysts have explored and built the guidelines of Wilfred Bion.
Drawing at the members’ adventure of utilizing Bion’s rules in medical paintings, subject matters include:
- an advent to Bion
- clarification of the inter-related options of countertransference and enactment
- concepts integrating team and person phenomena
- clinical implications of Bion’s thought
- Bion’s method of psychoanalysis.
Bion Today may be a precious source for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and all people who are drawn to studying extra approximately Bion’s considering and his work.
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Freud wrote in 1919, for instance, that ‘we have formulated 33 Edna O’Shaughnessy our tasks as physicians thus: to bring to the patient’s knowledge the unconscious, repressed impulses existing in him, and, for that purpose, to uncover the resistances that oppose this extension of his knowledge about himself ’ (p. 159, my italics). Bion’s wide-ranging work advanced our understanding of K in clinical practice and, furthermore, brought about an overall shift in psychoanalytic theory by placing K in a new position where it has the same pre-eminence as the instincts of love and hate, so that instead of a duality there is posited a trio of interacting human instincts: love, hate and trying to know: L, H and K.
Consequently, although projective identiﬁcation in its most extreme form is highly active, paradoxically it makes little or no impression on the observer. But if individual or group becomes less omnipotent and better based on reality, then the observer becomes aware of an emotional situation in which he appears to be participating unwittingly, and suﬀering disagreeable emotions as a result. Bion’s 1961 use of countertransference foreshadows the Sandlers’ concept of role-responsiveness (Sandler, 1976), and it is similar to the phenomena described by León Grinberg (1962, 1979) in his papers on projective counteridentiﬁcation.
2003, p. 77) Britton describes later how Klein’s original, related concepts of projective identiﬁcation and splitting were developed further, not only by Bion, with his notions of alpha function, beta elements and container–contained (ΘΗ), but also by Rosenfeld (1964) and, later, by Joseph (1989) – both of whom concentrated on the detection of the subtle actions of the patient and his or her relationships to early object relations being revived in the analysis of patients who present particular diﬃculties for the analyst’s stance and attention.