By Robert Langs
This publication presents a good creation to the idea and means of communicative psychoanalysis and hyperlinks it with the growing to be box of evolutionary psychoanalysis. It presents a transparent and stimulating account of a few of the latest advancements of lang's hugely unique and contraversial paintings, which many practitioners proceed to discover deepy unsettling.
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Nevertheless, we may ask to what extent and how does knowing about this trigger reshape our thinking about the session and Ms Allen's material? THE COMMUNICATIVE- ADAPTATIONAL MODEL Theoretically, b a s e d o n extensive prior clinical (Langs, 1982, teration 1992a, 47 experience 1993a), we would expect this frame a l to p o s e a s i g n i f i c a n t mental processing systems. adaptive However, task for M s A l l e n ' s we m u s t t u r n to t h e c l i n i c a l m a t e r i a l to d e t e r m i n e e m p i r i c a l l y w h e t h e r t h e r e i s i n actuality a n y convincing evidence that the patient w a s indeed w o r k i n g o v e r a n d a d a p t i n g to t h i s f r a m e - m o d i f y i n g interven tion.
Clearly, the more ef fective system is the one that is operating unconsciously, even though the results of its processing activities do not reach awareness directly—they do so only in encoded form and with out notable effect on the patients immediate behaviours. Notice again that the introduction of the strong adaptive viewpoint and of trigger-decoding reveals aspects of the emo tion-processing mind that were impossible to discern using the standard way of observing and thinking about psychotherapy.
I call these proposals suggestions b e c a u s e , a s we will see, Ms Allen did not take up a n d act on her own u n c o n s c i o u s adaptive recommendations. E v e n a s s h e took strong exception to the timing of the session, she c a m e to the h o u r without protest. Here, too, we have a clue to the design of the m i n d — u n c o n s c i o u s wisdom that goes unapplied i n reality. O n c e more, we come u p o n a quite s u r p r i s i n g proposition. What, then, w a s Ms Allen's u n c o n s c i o u s experience of the frame-deviant trigger?