Volume VII, no. 1 - 2014 (15)

Gabriel Balaci, Editorial

This article is available in French only. Un des points d’intérêt majeur de la psychanalyse a été et est toujours le rêve. De nombreuses discussions et disputes dans le champ de la psychanalyse se sont tissées autour du rêve.

1 - Gabriel Balaci, Dépersonnalisation – Revue française de psychanalyse 2013/4- Vol.77

This article is available in French only. Un état de dépersonnalisation-déréalisation, car les deux sont souvent vécus ensemble, se caractérise par la sensation d’être étranger à soi-même et l’impression que l’environnement qui est très connu et dans lequel on se trouve est bizarre, irréel, totalement inconnu, comme si l’on vivait dans un rêve ou dans une autre dimension.

2 - Daniela Irimia, Discussion on From emotional flattening and plain Schizophrenia to fantastic pseudology by Simona Trifu și Camelia Petcu

The presence of a psychiatric case study brings to our attention the serious pathology, which in this case originates in the heavy repeated abuse at an early age by the patient’s parents.

3 - Daniela Irimia, Discussion on Simonetta Diena`s paper Workshop on Dream Interpretation

I am thankful to Simonetta Diena for giving us the privilege to have a working-group, like in a Bionian theory and method, on dreams, oneiric material and art. This method of working together with dreams, proposed by Simonetta, reminds me of Antonino Ferro`s theory about the bi-personal analytic field, co-created by the analyst and analysand, in the consulting room. In this conference room, all together, with Simonetta Diena a ... Read more

4 - Daniela Luca, Du pseudo-rêve au rêve-ville interne, en passant par ses voies (clés) d’interprétation, Discussion sur Le rêve – «voie royale» ou rocade ? d'Alfred Dumitrescu

This article is available in French only. Je remercie mon collègue, Alfred Dumitrescu, pour le défi que constitue la discussion de son exposé, défi lancé d’emblée au lecteur/public, le mot d’esprit et la problématisation scientifique faisant d’emblée partie de son style ; son discours oral/écrit en porte la marque, qui rend ce discours si reconnaissable par ceux d’entre nous qui le lisons/écoutons depuis de n ... Read more

5 - Daniela Luca,To be or not to be able to dream and to paint, Discussion on Ilany Kogan's paper Dreams and Creative Activity – The Bridge to the Unconscious

First of all, I wish to express all my gratitude and my appreciation for Ilany Kogan and for her passion (in the Bion meaning of the term) for the psychoanalytical work on dreaming, painting, living, and being. Her paper, so rich and so open-minding to reverie and thinking, reminds me, from the beginning to the end, the Marion Milner`s book About not being able to paint, but I dare to say that the Ilany`s paper is a reflection ... Read more

6 - Gabriel Balaci, L'humour et le deuil comme modalités de séparation et transformation de l'objet

This article is available in French only. The center of each analysis is the transferential relationship that starts with actions typical of humor and ends with a process of separation between the analysand and the analyst, in other words mourning. If we look at the transference without considering therapeutic knowledge, we can see a relationship that develops between two people, at least one of them being an adult. In this re ... Read more

7 - Dr. Simona Trifu, Dr. Camelia Petcu, From emotional flattening and simple Schizophrenia to Pseudologia fantastica

The present case report refers to a child who has been living in an oneiric-fantastic subculture, populated by believes in magic, witches, spells, and the power of curses. Stubbornness, as a distinctive personality trait, has turned into a structure of defence against maternal beliefs, stubbornness which, over the years, became extremely rigid, inflexible and maladaptive. As key elements of psychopathology, the patient present ... Read more

8 - Fanny Dargent, Corps scarifié et cruauté de l’expérience adolescente

This article is available in French only. In the past decade, the spread of incision practices (skin perforation) in adolescents comes from a sociological and psychopathological reality. Based on the clinical experience gained in a hospitalization unit and in an ambulatory for adolescents, we propose reflecting upon the processes involved in this form of bodily injury. If the notion of cruelty is normally used to describe acti ... Read more

9 - Jacques Andre, Faces of hate

Although the hate supports the self-conservative aggressiveness, it is distinguished from it. From the clinical experience point of view, this article attempts to distinguish faces of the hate. The Oedipal hate is objectal, it relates to the murder of a rival. This is hate that implies three persons and it is relative: the hate of the one is the measure of the love of another. The turning into its opposite are always possible, ... Read more

10 - Gianina Micu, Dream between symptom and metaphor – forms of symbolization

Even since the fundamental book of psychoanalysis, Dreams interpretation, 1900, Sigmund Freud considered that the symbol has a universal value, and E. Jones added in 1919 the difference between the conscious symbol and the unconscious symbol. Enlightening the unconscious wish, the primitive anguish, the archaic conflicts, dreams could be often a metaphoric working through of them, but sometimes they could be also a symptomatic ... Read more

11 - Simonetta Diena, Workshop on Dream Interpretation

In this workshop I am going to deal with the clinical use of dreams, what is called working with dreams, that is the analytical ability to constantly fluctuate between investigation and reverie in the dream analysis. The workshop consists of an introductory theoretical part and a second part in which oneiric texts brought by the workshop facilitator and the participants will be discussed. We will start from the Traumdeutung, i ... Read more

12 - Alfred Dumitrescu, Le Rêve: Voie Royale ou Boulevard Périphérique

This article is available in French only. Based on the interrogation regarding the substantiality of the dream statute as “royal road” to the patient’s unconscious contents in a context defined by the increasingly relational orientation of contemporary psychoanalysis through the prevalence of limit-pathologies in current psychoanalytic clinic, the author resorts to a brief incursion in the history of dream psychoanalytic ... Read more

13 - Ilany Kogan, Dreams and Creative Activity - The Bridge to the Unconscious

In this essay I wish to explore the elaboration of dreams and the elaboration of creative activity in treatment as a bridge to the unconscious. Through their creativity, as well as through their dreams, patients attempt to externalise aspects of themselves, and their object representations, as well as the interaction with these objects in their unconscious fantasies. The elaboration of creative activity is similar ... Read more

14 - Rodica Matei, Frances Tustin – Autisme et protection

This article is available in French only. Frances Tustin est psychanalyste, une des premières psychothérapeutes de l’enfant, au début des années 1950. Elle a pratiqué la psychothérapie avec des autistes pendant nombreuses années. Son activité avec les enfants souffrant d’autisme est marquée par la compréhension psychanalytique et le traitement inspiré par la psychanalyse des états autistiques chez les enfants e ... Read more

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