Being a psychoanalyst means working with the peculiarities of each individual, without letting the person be enclosed in a preconstructed way.
By doing this a person can develop in their own unique way.
Taking part in a psychoanalytic psychotherapy means to find the words to say something you can't say because you don't recognize what it is, or you are aware of it and you don't feel comfortable talking about it.
A psychoanalyst feels confident when someone speaks about the word and the language, because the psychoanalytical work is made of them.
In effect the words make us psychoanalysts: we work and act with them, our personal truth comes through them.
The words are "the instrument, the background, the material, till the rumors of their uncertainties" Lacan, 1956.
So let's talk.