Here are some useful resources to help you teach defence mechanisms during your lessons.
Tags: Sigmund Freud
As a defence mechanism, rationalisation involves putting something into a different light or offering a different explanation.
As a defence mechanism, intellectualisation is the overemphasis on thinking when confronted with unacceptable feelings.
As a defence mechanism, sublimation is the channelling of unacceptable feelings into more acceptable ones.
As a defence mechanism, projection is the misattribution of an undesirable feeling onto another person.
As a defence mechanism, denial is the refusal to accept reality or facts.
Conversation Between Brachylogy and Psychoanalysis: Interview with the Psychoanalyst Jean-Luc Vannier
Editor’s note: Below is the English translation of an interview with the French psychoanalyst Jean-Luc Vannier about the similarities, differences and the crossing points between…
The term was first used by Sigmund Freud in a work named The Neuro-Psychoses of Defence in 1894. Freud himself said, in the attempt…
Editors note: Below is a clinical report of a psychoanalytic treatment. The title quotes a famous slip of Sigmund Freud in a letter to his…