chapter  8
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Embedded enactments and emotional truth

Modern Kleinian Therapy is a contemporary hybrid of classical Kleinian psychoanalytic techniques. It is a clinical approach to working with the more disturbed or complicated patient in a private practice setting under less than optimal conditions. These external obstacles include various restrictions from insurance companies and third party agencies involved in the treatment, limited numbers of sessions available and/or a enforced termination date, a more severe or complex diagnosis, and, most often, a reduced frequency.