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This article presents a summary of the theses advanced in Bion’s Transformations and describes their application by the analyst in the session. It then discusses the development of post-Bionian transformations in dreaming and play. Clinical material illustrates how these transformations may become effective therapeutic tools.
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playing together. In this way, the
authentic becomes a function of the encounter.
In this encounter, the analyst is in a state of reverie, as Fulvio Mazzacane
tells us, “ that state of mind open to the reception of all the objects coming
from the loved object” (p.6) The exchanges that become so possible lead to
the creation of a space where the two protagonists become functions of the
space and the origin of their interventions and the roles played can not be
clearly traced. From that moment on, the encounter has its own life and will
transform the interaction in
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