By Harold F. Searles
Twenty-four papers on or when it comes to schizophrenia, written among 1951 and 1963.
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After first noting that in my monograph I had included many separate instances of the schizophrenic patient's reacting to the therapist as being an inanimate object, I go on to say that . . It is, I have come to see, in this phase [of therapeutic symbiosis] that the whole of the patient's former 'realty', including the whole non-human realm in aggregate, is as it were poured into the symbiosis with the therapist, and it is out of this symbiosis that the patient's 'reality' becomes more deeply cathected with feeling and with, therefore, a genuine sense of reality, and he correspondingly becomes more able to distinguish among such realms as human and non-human, animate and inanimate, through rediscovering them in the therapist-mother.
But he didn't go. 'Course, he didn't like to leave his mother. But she was Very nice of him to take his mother into considerahealthy. tion. I give him credit for that. ') 'Yeah, one time he did. He mentioned me going out west and follering a wheat harvest. Well, the reason I didn't do that was because my mother was always talking about how hard it was to be away from home, out on your own, no mother, no father, no home to turn to. I guess I didn't have faith in myself. 'That's the way they kept me out of the Army [for a time].
And I can see why-wonderful smile, wonderful approach-really some of the most skilful play-acting you yourself have ever seen-and it's a superb way to win esteem from people, and yet keep them at a distance. ' His associations suggest that the dream may be interpreted as follows : ( I ) The mother spaceship represents his mother, and the disengaging small ship represents the patient's self. We have a pictorial representation of disincorporation, the resolution of an identification with the mother.