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Schneider, J.A. (2007). Panic as a form of Foreclosed Experience. Psychoanal Q., 76(4):1293-1316.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 76(4):1293-1316

Panic as a form of Foreclosed Experience

John A. Schneider

Following a discussion of panic states and their relationship to psychosomatic illness and related disorders, the author presents an extended clinical vignette in which he initially viewed the patient's intense anxiety as a manifestation of repressed conflict and, accordingly, used verbal interpretations as the principal mode of intervention. After this approach did not prove effective, the analyst began to make use of nonverbal interventions consistent with his emerging understanding of the patient's distress as a manifestation of the foreclosure (de M'Uzan 2003) and relegation to the body of undreamable experience (Bion 1962).

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