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Prado De Oliveira, L.E. (2009). Sarah and the Camps: Case History, Metapsychology and Countertransference. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 18(3):158-167.

(2009). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 18(3):158-167

Sarah and the Camps: Case History, Metapsychology and Countertransference

Luiz Eduardo Prado De Oliveira

Violence inflicted on men and women has repercussions on succeeding generations. Indeed, suffering that is not narrated and shared can become masochism and destruction. Based on a clinical case, I will propose an illustration of this fact and discuss it. I will also propose a discussion of countertransference linked to this case history. Finally, I will approach some topics on metapsychology and the way I use this concept to understand my experience.

(Received 2 September 2008; accepted 12 February 2009)

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