Articoli che contengono il tag: unconscious

Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytical Field: the experience of alterity

Abstract Freud postulated that going through “an experience of the unconscious” is the only possible way of becoming an analyst. Psychoanalysis is a method, an asymmetric device that carries in its core the seed of the interplay of relationships of … Continue reading

Oneiric icons: the construction of their significance, value and meaning in the group

Abstract Icons avoid the disintegration of the transgenerational favoring the passage from mental continuity with the psychic world familiar to mental discontinuity with the same, which is necessary for the development of an alterity that is the discovery of “what’s … Continue reading

The mystic’s and the psychanalyst’s experience under Bion’s vertex

Abstract The author’s proposal in this work is to explore the assertion that some mental conditions that permit the access to a mystic experience may be part of psychoanalytical practice. This approximation offers the psychoanalyst the possibility of using elements … Continue reading

The encounter with the other in the couple relationship: the area of mutuality

Abstract The thesis we have followed in this paper intends to highlight the features of the “couple” as one of the privileged places from which to look at the modes the partners use, following frequent unconscious regulation processes, to give … Continue reading

A hypothesis for a third topic regarding intersubjectivity and the subject in a common, shared psychic space

Abstract The question of a third topic was one of the main themes debated in the recent Congress of Psychoanalysts of the francophone countries. The principal debate centred on the relationships between the configuration of the internal world of a … Continue reading

The place of the Unconscious is not only the individual mind: comparison beetween models

The relation between the configuration of the internal world and the individual’s interpersonal relations has been widely debated in the psychoanalytical world. This debate made it possible to open clinical work to new areas of intervention, where the object is … Continue reading