Freud’s Technique Papers: A Contemporary Perspective by Steven J. Ellman

By Steven J. Ellman

This landmark publication is an excellent remark on Freud's psychoanalytic method and the way it truly is integrated in modern scientific perform. Freud's uncomplicated approach papers are integrated, in order that the reader has Freud's personal phrases to check with the perspectives brought.

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Hypochondriacal disorders are the acrual narcissistic disorders that he cites. Thus, in some unspecified way, a person may acrually focus narcissistic energy in a particular area of the body and develop later hypochondriacal symptoms. By 1917, Freud had specified fixation points for depression, paranoia, schizophrenia, and the transference neuroses (hysterical and obsessional neuroses). The transference neuroses involve fixation points that occur after the person has developed beyond the narcissistic stage.

Approximately seven to nine years earlier his views on transference were similar, but he did not recognize the crucial role of transference for his new clinical work. Not only is transference essential, it is the vehicle that allows the patient the "conviction of the validity of the connections" made in an analysis. " When he said this he was, of course, talking about the cathartic method, but this view remained unchanged: whatever the psychotherapeutic technique, the affect and the idea or mental representation must be experienced together in the treatment.

This statement, while significant, does not in any way advance the concept of tranaference. 3 The Transference Papers The Dynamics of the Transference! (1912) The almost inexhaustible subject of 'transference' has recently been dealt with in this Journal by W. 2 I wish to add a few remarks in order to make dear how it happens that the transference inevitably arises during the analysis. 1 and comes to play its well-known part in the treatment. ~ This forms a cliche or stereotype in lFirst published in the ZenlraJblall, Bd.

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