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On Android:

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Bergmann, M.V. (1992). An Infantile Trauma, a Trauma During Analysis, and their Psychic Connexion. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 73:447-454.

(1992). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 73:447-454

An Infantile Trauma, a Trauma During Analysis, and their Psychic Connexion

Maria V. Bergmann

SUMMARY

The case described here involves a patient who suffered a trauma while in the final stages of a successful analysis. The trauma temporarily eclipsed many of the gains of the analysis. Surprisingly, however, the regression caused by

this trauma led to further lifting of repression. This resulted in new information, greater affective expression and a greater therapeutic gain than would have otherwise been possible. The clinical technique devised for this special situation is described.

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