chapter  7
So what is psychoanalysis, really, and what are its therapeutic goals and actions?
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This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book offers novel views of the psychoanalysis and approaches it in ways very far removed from the familiar metapsychological points of view. It covers phenomenology as a particular philosophical discipline and describes the work of the major actors in the field and how they interact with each other. The book examines the concept of unconsciousness and deals with the study of human inference and of judgments reached under uncertainty. It explores the concept of the therapeutic frame as a relationship in which the analyst acted to help the patient maintain appropriate relational boundaries within the therapeutic situation was critiqued and replaced by an application of field theory. The book focuses on the care system and it is worth noting that CARE has been administered and involved in the treatment of depression and GRIEF probably since prehistoric times.