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The third example relates to a much more constructive use o f projective identification in the family group. By attributing part of himself to an adult man, the boy in this complex family situation was finally able to enjoy the protective ness thus elicited. PROJECTIVE IDENTIFICATION AND FAMILY FUNCTIONING: A CASE HISTORY A more extended example will provide a clearer sense of how these kinds of unconscious identifications develop in a family over long periods o f time, resulting in deep disturbances which may, as in this case, manifest themselves in quite serious individual path ology.
285). Beels and Ferber propose classifying family therapists in terms o f how they individually present themselves to the family they are treating, that is, essentially in terms of how they intervene in a family. Thus they divide ’conductors’ from ’reactors’ , the ’reactors' being further divided into ’analysts’ and ’system The cu rren t status o f family therapy 29 purists'. Beels and Ferber state that the 'conductors1 (who are described as usually being powerful, charismatic therapists, and who include Ackerman, Satir and Minuchin) 'conduct a meeting with a very definite end in view.
Thus we see in the contemporary British School of Psychoanalysis a fundamental emphasis laid on object relationships and developments from object relationship theory, including the concepts o f projective identification, transference and counter transference and containment, as described b y, among others, Klein, Winnicott, Bion, and now, as applied to family work, in this book. However, these advances in theoretical understanding and conceptualization are frequently ignored or misunderstood in the current family therapy literature, where the terms 'psychoanalysisTor psychoanalytic' are most often used to refer to a topographical model of psychoanalysis, with an emphasis on instinct theory, linear causality, and the discovery and working through of early repressed traumata.