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VENTURA, Ingrid de Figueiredo  e  NICOLAU, Roseane Freitas. The direction of the clinical treatment of psychosomatic phenomena. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2014, vol.14, n.2, pp. 250-256. ISSN 2359-0769.

The objective of this research report is to discuss the handling of transference in patients affected by psychosomatic phenomena, demonstrating that the analytical operation in this clinic is only possible from the analyst's role desire. Listening to a patient affected by hives, a disease classified as psychosomatic medicine as knowledge, highlights psychoanalysis as a speech that can operate any change in subject in relation to his suffering. It is emphasized that the management of the transfer is particularly difficult in these cases, because the patient seeks an answer to his disease and his speech is limited to the actual body, always in reference to this, pointing to a specific enjoyment set in a piece of meat which, as Lacan teaches, is proper to the psychosomatic phenomenon. The analysis of this case showed that the possibility of movement of the word from the fundamental rule of psychoanalysis, free association, which was strongly compromised during the start of treatment due to numerous speeches almost exclusively related to bodily infirmity, allowed patient build an analytical symptom and know about their disease by bringing family issues that favored many associations in advancing the analysis toward a nomination, where the Name-of-the-Father can work for her.

Palavras-chave : analyst's desire; treatment; psychosomatic phenomena; joy.

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