This article offers a reflection on the need for change in psychoanalytical technique to account for intrapsychic and intersubjective processes. The failure rate in psychotherapeutic practice indicates that new criteria need to be discussed. Approaches to this topic sought to cross borders between different psychoanalytical schools of thought. Contemporary subjective manifestations were characterized and linked with the terms of offer of analytical work to suggest possible changes in clinical management.
analytic framework; contemporary subjectivity; borderline; clinical management