By Doris K. Silverman, David L. Wolitzky
This extraordinary memorial quantity files and reassesses the contributions of Merton M. Gill (1914-1994), a vital architect of psychoanalytic concept and a principled exemplar of the trendy psychoanalytic sensibility during the moment half the twentieth century. serious reviews of Gill's position in psychoanalysis and a chain of non-public recollections are joined to substantial reengagement of valuable controversies during which Gill performed a key half. those controversies revolve round the "natural technology" as opposed to "hermeneutic" orientation in psychoanalysis (Holt, Eagle, Friedman); the prestige of psychoanalysis as a one-person and/or two-person psychology (Jacobs, Silverman); pyschoanalysis as opposed to psychotherapy (Wallerstein, Migone, Gedo); and the that means and use of transference (Kernberg, Wolitzky, Cooper).
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These weekly research meetings afforded me (DLW) an invaluable opportunity to learn how a senior clinician conducted an analysis, an experience that often surpassed what I learned through ordinary supervision. I (DLW) derived enormous benefit from impromptu supervisory sessions with Merton. We discussed clinical and theoretical issues that rarely emerged in my formal control case supervision. Finally, we note there are a few people who were vitally important in Merton's personal and professional life whose contributions are not reflected in this volume.
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form: by photostat, microform, retrieval system, or any other means, without the prior written permission of the publisher. com Designed and typeset by Compudesign, Charlottesville, VA Index by Leonard S. Rosenbaum Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Changing conceptions of psychoanalysis : the legacy of Merton M. Gill / edited by Doris K. Silverman and David L. Wolitzky. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
He was among the first to advocate the recording of psychoanalytic sessions in order to be able to read and reread them and, by this exposure to objective scrutiny, to understand the nature of the therapeutic process. In his early efforts while still in New York, he tried experimenting with types of interpretations, “correct” and “incorrect,” to observe their effects on the process. He soon gave up this method as too manipulative and as quixotic and even antithetical to the therapeutic endeavor.