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Babiak, T. (2005). From Provocation and Combustibility Toward Mutuality: Once More with Less Rage, Please. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(2):105-134.

(2005). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(2):105-134

From Provocation and Combustibility Toward Mutuality: Once More with Less Rage, Please Related Papers

Taras Babiak, M.D., FRCPC

This paper presents a summary and excerpts taken from the psychoanalytic treatment, spanning over 16 years, of a highly disturbed and provocative male patient. Prior to referral, the man had been unsuccessfully treated psychopharmacologically for a depressive illness with severe somatic and affective symptoms and behavioral disturbances. A highlight of the case is the emergence of a therapeutic impasse that developed around the patient's attempt to connect intensely with the analyst; the patient attempted to repair his own damaged phallic narcissism by demanding that the analyst participate in a ritualized sexual enactment, which threatened the destruction of the treatment process. The resolution of the impasse was accomplished through the analyst's reaffirming the frame and recovering his own disrupted composure and reflectiveness, while maintaining a compassionate and caring attitude toward the patient.

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