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    • EN(d)JOY! The Super-Ego & Its Relation to Enjoyment 

      Cluxton, David (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Slavoj ZiZek speaks of a letter, written by Freud, to the Trieste psychoanalyst Edoardo Weiss on 28 May 1922.(ZiZek, 1991, pp.7-11). Weiss had written to Freud to ask his advice on the treatment of two clients who both ...
    • Homo homini lupus 

      Geraghty, Evelyn (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In recent times, with the influx of foreign nationals to our shores seeking political or economic asylum the question of racism and its effect on society has been raised. Ireland is no longer seen as an ethnically ...
    • The issue of confidentiality in Psychoanalysis 

      Reilly, Declan (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      This paper begins with a rationale for why the issue of confidentiality in psychoanalysis is worthy of discussion. Before addressing the specifics of this issue in a modern context, a view is first taken of what confidentiality ...
    • Pervasive, evasive, desire 

      Redmond, Donna (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The impetus for this paper was a question, which arose continuously while working therapeutically with children in the clinical setting; whose desire is operating particularly when adults bring children to see a psychotherapist? ...
    • Psychoanalysis : a case of chronic pain 

      O'Keeffe, Cathal (Dublin Business School, 2008)
      In medical clinics, clinicians are faced with many patients complaining of symptoms that, after numerous examinations are deemed to be unexplainable and thus are termed Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS). I propose here ...
    • Self harm: establishing boundaries? 

      Murphy, Kay (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The case of a young woman of twenty five, Sharon, whom I saw for five sessions, who self-harmed by cutting and burning her skin made me interested in exploring this phenomenon from a psychoanalytic perspective. She said ...