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Pommier, F. (2015). À propos du patient d'avant : fantaisies conscientes et inconscientes. Rev. fr. psychanal., 79(4):1136-1147.

(2015). Revue française de psychanalyse, 79(4):1136-1147

À propos du patient d'avant : fantaisies conscientes et inconscientes

François Pommier

Dans le cadre du rêve partagé que constitue la séance de psychanalyse, l'auteur envisage, à partir de plusieurs vignettes cliniques, l'influence que peuvent exercer les patients d'avant - ceux des séances qui précèdent - sur l'analysant et sur l'analyste. Du côté de l'analysant cette réflexion est envisagée non seulement du point de vue de sa symptomatologie mais aussi de ses mécanismes de défense, la place et l'influence du patient d'avant se modifiant dans la cure au fil du temps. Du côté de l'analyste se trouve interrogée la qualité de sa présence eu égard à des histoires cliniques qui s'enchaînent, se répondent, se condensent et se déplacent. L'auteur en vient à travailler sur la notion de fantaisie consciente et inconsciente, interrogeant les atermoiements de la construction du transfert.

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