December 7, 2016

Freud

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If there is something beyond the pleasure principle, by consequence be forced to admit that there was also a time before the trend of the wish-fulfillment dream. Learn more on the subject from The Cleveland Clinic. This does not contradict the role to be taken later. “In other words, Freud is putting the traumatic dream as though at a prehistory of this trend director of desire. These dreams logically refer to a time before the establishment of desire or, according to what Freud will continue to work in the text, logically prior to the life instinct. The traumatic dream responds to a trend even more primitive than the pleasure principle. These marked differences are also important differences in the clinic on the way to work with the dreams of anguish, comparable to the nightmares and traumatic dreams equivalent to the night terrors of children. When an emergence of an anxiety dream in analysis associated with the subject and therefore it can work like any other dream.

The presence of distress calls to work in analysis and can be seen that many times the patient is waiting for the time of the session to tell it and develop it presented in his sleep. In the case of traumatic dream no associations, there is always the same: the subject it refers to the same accident or dream situation. These dreams are repetitive and the ability to work is to discuss the subject on the accident or trauma experienced told with as much detail as possible, reading everything that happened, what you thought, how they lived, what happened to those with him, and to accomplish this the analyst should be asking in order to talk to the patient. This work is, in short, to make the derivation of this endowment through the word, working through similar to the one made in the case of a duel. Bibliography: Sigmund Freud, Beyond the Pleasure Principle, Complete Works, Amorrortu Editores, Buenos Aires, 1990. Depto. Psychology Kennedy University Hospital, Buenos Aires, 1993 Mr. Germain De Stefano Former Psychologist Eva Peron Hospital.


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