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Internal emergencies and external emergencies: the case of Dorian
Journal Title: PSICOTERAPIA PSICOANALITICA 
Author/s: Luigi Antonio Perrotta 
Year:  2020 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 114-125 FullText PDF:  214 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PSP2020-002007
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The emergency required responses to previously unknown and un-foreseen conditions. The changes that overwhelmed the analytic cou-ple were different, they activated complex psychic dynamics, mobilized peculiar phantasms and solicited specific psychopathological as-pects of each patient. From the fear of changing the setting, to the hope of maintaining a bond, even more fundamental in such a critical mo-ment, the priority was to preserve a space of containment and work of primitive anxieties exponentially grown and shared symmetrically also with the analyst. The contribution, through an emblematic clinical situation, describes the emergence of external aspects, related to the emergency, and how they have mobilized internal aspects of the patient, af-fecting the therapeutic process already underway.
Keywords: Emergency, setting, death anxiety, separation, loss, thera-peutic relationship.

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Luigi Antonio Perrotta, Internal emergencies and external emergencies: the case of Dorian in "PSICOTERAPIA PSICOANALITICA" 2/2020, pp. 114-125, DOI:10.3280/PSP2020-002007

   

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