The argument of the previous chapters is that if we are to know how to develop as analytic practitioners, we need to know what practitioners do rather than what they think they do or ought to do. In so doing, we have started to think in terms of different images or metaphors to describe psychoanalytic practice, for example in the previous chapter comparing analytic work to the construction of a new house and the practitioner to a craftsman or artisan.
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