As those of us who have been on the couch know, being on the receiving end of another person’s external analysis of your mind is a delicate process. Furthermore, if you and I or the patient decide to invite the external agent into your mind (internal world), a delicate and complex process unfolds where every nuance of the transference/countertransference relationship has to be analysed to facilitate psychic change (Joseph, 1975) from the paranoid-schizoid to the depressive position (assuming that the analyst or therapist is working within the theoretical framework described in Chapter One of this text). This analytic process occurs through specialist training and the help of supervisors and peers. I will give you a recollection of my own transference/countertransference reaction when I was on an academic visit to approve and inspect a psychology/clinical psychology university department.