Archives par mot-clé : Corporal psychoanalytical psychotherapy

Valérie Boucherat-Hue: co-sensoriality and creative sharing of hallucination

The analysis adapted with corporal mediation of young man uncovers a physically “damaged” baby who was not touched but was stimulated to excitation very early in life. His “somatic-psychotic” symptoms hark back to encysted traces of this corporal memory of trauma. Split, incorporated and hallucinated, these traces can only be symbolized insofar as they are co-incarnated in the dependence relation with the helping object in the treatment, until there is a sharing of a self-organizing primitive sensoriality between analyst and analysand.

Adolescence, 2014, 32, 4, 797-808.