Through this article the author wants to highlight the family psychic dynamics of patients with hemophilia and their traumatic aspects. Con-genital Organ Disease causes a deep anxiety of death and a narcissistic wound. These aspects will affect family functions. In particular, an excessive attachment of the mother to the child will result in the dis-placement of the paternal figure that will no longer be able to perform its separating function. The impossibility of having a third person with-in the family will affect the child’s ability to enter into the Oedipal dy-namics with the consequence of overcoming theincest taboo. In the face of this scenario birth is experienced as a trauma that affects the creation of the psychic apparatus and its functions.
Keywords: Hemophilia, trauma, separation, narcissistic wound, Oedi-pus complex.