Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss therapeutic approaches that began with Sigmund Freud.
Sigmund Freud stated in his Interpretation of Dreams that therein lay ‘the royal road to the unconscious’.
The Pope has been quoted in a new book that he sought the help of a psychoanalyst when he was 42.
Jean-Luc Vannier reminds us of the pre-eminence of the unconscious and that of the affect in the Freudian approach
The term was first used by Sigmund Freud in a work named The Neuro-Psychoses of Defence in 1894.
Jean-Luc Vannier is a French psychoanalyst working as a clinician and as an assistant Professor (full-time lecturer) of psychoanalysis at the University of Côte d’Azur, located…
Closest to the phallic but yet not phallic, bisexual, linked to a sensitivity of leads and not to that of a surface, intimately unified,…
Several thoughts arise in the analyst's mind at this stage: we are first of all struck by the ambivalence of Kevin.
Once extended, Kevin quickly adopts a fetal position: this, he says, “allows him to relax and to fall asleep at night in his room.”
His incessant night terrors cause the mother of Kevin, aged 13, to take an appointment.