Abstract: The intrusion of the psychoanalytical settings by the actual brings about a deadlock of the elaboration and of the psychoanalytical process. How are overcome these moments and especially what it means to overcome those moments and continue the development of the psychoanalytical process is a challenge that has no solution, but rather a series of testimonials of essays that allows the psychoanalysts to access various forms of understanding, which, in my opinion, are depending on their own experiences unelaborated or impossible to be elaborated. Addressing this issue is especially important when clinical material contains elements of potentially traumatic experiences, experienced collectively by the community of which the analyst and the patient are together part of. It’s there a possibility for the psychoanalytical process to offer solution in elaborating those realities?
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