In this paper, the Author tries to give different interpretations of the analyst’s dreams. Starting from the assumption that the work on dream-ing is multifaceted, different levels of dream analysis are taken into account, together with the need for the therapist to draw on both the classical interpretation and other functions of dreaming, such as the communicative, restorative and elaborative function of the analytical experience that engages both members of the couple. By favoring an intersubjective vertex, the dream is given voice according to the differ-ent forms it can take: a therapist’s dream about her patient; daydreams; dreams during a session or in-between sessions. An attempt is made to question the reader and to expand the enigmatic value of dreams, em-phasizing their richness and inexhaustibility on a transformative and symbolic level.
Keywords: Psychoanalytic psychotherapy, countertransference dreams, daydreaming, intersubjectivity, thinking through images, repre-sentability.