(Engl. transl. from German origin. by author)
Traumatic Moments in the Psychoanalytic Discourse©
By J. Kahl-Popp
(1995; Aug. 1998)
(Copyright © 1995 by J. Kahl-Popp)
Abstract:
The interaction-adaptation-focus will be used to investigate the psychoanalytic discourse. It will be demonstrated that intimidating derivatives and symptom formations, i.e. traumatic coping processes of the patient, can be triggered by relevant interventions of the analyst. Genetic infringements of the child-parent-frame account for the special significance of the analystís frame interventions as key stimuli for the traumatic working model of the patient. This hypothesis will be elaborated with the help of the communicative psychoanalysis and with the results of research with infants and illustrated by clinical examples.