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CREMASCO, Maria Virginia Filomena. When resilience may be a bet for psychoanalysis: clinical amplifications of trauma and mourning. Tempo psicanal. [online]. 2018, vol.50, n.2, pp. 373-400. ISSN 0101-4838.

The concept of resilience has been developing in the international scientific community for some decades. Resilience appears as a complex and multifactorial process which its theoretical references are effectively built on pluridisciplinary approaches that make the specificity of resilience. This transversality, in one hand, contributes to the richness of the model and, the other hand, explains a certain conceptual fragility that we do not subtract for this discussion. Despite considering that resilience is not part of the theoretical body of psychoanalysis because it does not integrate into the logic of its practice and leads to therapeutic interventions of a different nature, some authors consider that resilience establishes relations with several psychoanalytic notions elaborated by Freud, such as: traumatism, defense mechanisms, sublimation and mourning work that are explored in this article.

Keywords : mourning; trauma; resilience; psychoanalytic clinic.

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