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Similarly, the s e a r c h for critical triggers is a n active one a n d u s u a l l y quite s u c c e s s f u l . All i n all, these features of the empowered process create a likelihood of achieving deep insight—of linking triggers a n d themes—that is far greater than that seen in standard thera pies. Left to its own resources, the h u m a n mind tends to s h y away from strong narrative imagery, from powerfully disturbing triggers, a n d from linking triggers to the themes so as to reveal its own deeply unconscious experience.
In considering Freud's models, it is well to reflect on his clini cal writings as they reveal his ways of listening to, formulating, and interpreting the material from his patients. For Freud, resistance was virtually a conscious phenomenon. When he offered a n interpretation (and he assumed it was inherently valid) a n d the patient objected or did not accept it (directly and consciously), Freud saw the patient as resisting. Many of the interpretations he offered similarly addressed manifest and conscious communications from h i s patients.
Total privacy a n d total confidentiality. 7. T h e relative anonymity of the therapist, with no outside contact at a n y time between patient a n d therapist, no delib erate self-revelations by the therapist, a n d the therapist's commitment to intervene solely on the basis of the patient's material without introducing personal associations, biases, a n d the like. 8. T h e therapist's u s e of neutral interventions, namely those of appropriate silence, interactional or trigger-decoded inter pretations, a n d managing the ground rules or framework of the therapy at the behest of the patient's encoded material (which will consistently direct the therapist towards frame securing measures).