Articoli che contengono il tag: transference

W. Bion, D. Meltzer. Social and Individual Thought in Psychoanalysis

Abstract The purpose of this work is to focus on the psychoanalytical concepts which, after Freud, Ferenczi and M. Klein, were developed by Bion and Meltzer, who are the ones who continued their work. Bion (1961) is usually identified as … Continue reading

The fate of transference: infinite transformation of original fantasies

Abstract Understanding new forms of psychic suffering in our society, especially in the border-line states, is much more relevant if we are able to consider their conduct as being an occurrence of the primal fantasies pertaining to two orders : … Continue reading

How do institutions dream

Abstract The author part of the box after that Freud made his topical and thanks to their rewriting topological space, he could understand that, beyond the physiological and psychological need of sleep, even the institutional groups need space for the … Continue reading

The clinical place common to psychoanalysis and psychodrama

Abstract The discussion on the article questions psychoanalysis and psychodrama about the possibility to recognize a clinic and unic place beyond the difference of the processings. So psyichodrama is presented in the ability to promote the reworking of any clinic … Continue reading