Ending treatment can go smoothly or can be explosive or – even worse – deadly silent, creating a kind of crisis in ending the work (Salberg, 2015). Certain traumas and early ruptures might not get activated until a crisis moment, a real rupture is looming. Ending demands extra attention for it can unfold and play out in these kinds of upheavals and/or silences that end the work in less than satisfactory resolutions. I will further discuss that the experience of rupture surrounding ending, has something fundamental to do with the frame being undone. It may not only cause new enactments to occur but also can be necessary to break through what the dyad has resisted working on. Ending can present a new possibility to deepen the work before it is completed.
JILL SALBERG, Ph.D., ABPP is a clinical associate professor and clinical consultant/supervisor at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She is also faculty and supervisor at the Stephen Mitchell Center for Relational Studies, the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and visiting faculty at Tel Aviv University in the school of Continuing Medical Education.
Her papers have been published in Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, and Studies in Gender and Sexuality. She has chapters in the books: Relational Traditions Vol.5: Evolution of Process (2011), The Jewish World of Sigmund Freud (2010) and Answering a Question with a Question (2013). She is a contributor to and the editor of the book Good Enough Endings: Breaks, Interruptions and Terminations from Contemporary Relational Perspectives (2010). She has co-edited two books with Sue Grand, The Wounds of History: Repair and Resilience in the Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma, and Transgenerational Trauma and the Other: Dialogues Across History and Difference, (2017). Both books won the Gradiva Award for 2018. She has conceived of and co-edits a book series, Psyche and Soul: Psychoanalysis, Spirituality and Religion in Dialogue at Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. She is in private practice in Manhattan.
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