An analytic journey : from the art of archery to the art of psychoanalysis
Marilia Aisenstein (Author)
This book is a journey through almost forty years of practice. Each chapter is independent of the others and develops around a specific theme: psychoanalysis in France, the transference, fathers today, psychic bisexuality, the sick body, human destructivity, and so on.
eBook, English, 2018
Routledge, [Place of publication not identified], 2018
1 online resource (250 pages)
Preface , Introduction , The French Psychoanalytic Landscape , Letter from Paris (2010) , From the art of archery to the art of psychoanalysis (1992) , On therapeutic action (2007) , Does cure come as a by-product of psychoanalytic treatment? (2003) , The Heart of the Treatment , On transference compulsion as the sole key to the therapeutic efficacy of analysis (2009)* (Discussion of Sander M. Abend's "Freud, transference, and therapeutic action") , Countertransference and transference with somatic patients (2012) , Drive, representation, and the demands of representation (2013) , The Soma , Psychosomatic solution or somatic outcome: the man from Burma—psychotherapy of a case of haemorrhagic rectocolitis (1993) , The indissociable unity of psyche and soma: a view from the Paris Psychosomatic School* (2006) , Conceptual framework of the Paris Psychosomatic School: a clinical psychoanalytic approach to oncology (2010) , Psychosexuality , A particular form of paternal identification in women (2012) , Some thoughts on the question of the father* (2015) , On bisexuality: being born with two eyes (2015) , Vicissitudes of Thinking , Thinking as an act of the flesh (2014) , On the destruction of thought-processes (2015) , Postscript