To pursue the practice of analytical psychotherapy it is necessary to create a situation in which the patient can bring complex and highly charged affects, struggle with them and find a solution better suited to himself as a whole. In this he will need to get into fluid states when he will be uncertain of what is happening and become confused or temporarily disorientated. So there is need for a stable setting. This is partly expressed in the analyst's provision of a room that is quiet, warm and reasonably comfortable where he will be found at regular intervals. Furthermore he will maintain his analytical attitude whilst the transference neurosis is being worked on. Another aspect of the analytical setting involves the question of professional confidence. It extends to the subject of publishing case material—to discussion of material being produced by patients in analysis, and discussion of personal matter revealed during their own analysis by candidates for training.