Quando lo stile nevrotico dell'analista incontra il sogno

Author/s Paul Lippmann
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/2
Language Italian Pages 16 P. 163-178 File size 136 KB
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When the analyst’s neurotic style meets the dream The relationship between the psychoanalyst’s personality style and the clinical work with dreams is discussed. Seven neurotic styles of the analyst are reviewed and analyzed in their repercussions with the clinical use of dreams in analysis, namely the compulsive, the obsessive, the hysteric, the narcissistic, the schizoid, the depressive, and the paranoid personality styles. For each of these personality style the disadvantages, as well as the advantages, are discussed in detail regarding the optimal clinical work with dreams. [KEY WORDS: dreams, clinical psychoanalysis, neurotic styles, analyst’s personality, countertransference]

Paul Lippmann, Quando lo stile nevrotico dell'analista incontra il sogno in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 2/2008, pp 163-178, DOI: