Monthly Archives: December 2014

Traumatised and Non-Traumatised States of the Personality – Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo

p. xxiii  “All psychoanalysts and psychotherapists face the need to produce, for their own use, a comprehensive and multidimensional model of the working mind, similar to sailors who require numbered coordinates as latitude and longitude, to allow them to find … Continue reading

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Bion – Second Thoughts – 1967

“… in the analysis we are confronted not so much with a static situation that permits leisurely study, but with a catastrophe that remains at one and the same moment actively vital and yet incapable of resolution into quiescence.”  p.101

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