Regression is the reverse of progress; that is, the reverse of the human being’s natural movement, which tends to go towards the integration of psyche-soma and independence. This progress is usually borne by the process of maturity. Winnicott specifies that one must be very careful not to fall into the current trap of using the term “regression” indiscriminately. He believes that it makes no sense to use the word regression to qualify infantile behaviour. The frame is established between the analyst and the patient, namely the timetable and frequency of the sessions, the amount of the fee, a prearrangement concerning holiday periods and missed sessions. Winnicott constantly insists that a patient in regression needs to see that the analyst simply accepts his state, without necessarily bombarding him with interpretations, even if they are correct.