I am taking the opportunity in this paper to examine trauma in particular Real Accidental Trauma; Language, with particular reference to the lack of verbalisation brought about by trauma and the Traversing of the Fantasy as the aim of such an analysis. My objective in doing this is to explore how the 'talking cure', copes with a lack of verbalisation. What I mean by this, is that psychoanalysis is known as the 'talking cure', and has been ever since Anna 0 named it thus in the earliest days of psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic treatment relies heavily on speech as the means of accessing the truth. Speech is also the only tool the analyst has so that if they do not understand the mechanisms of speech and language they do not understand psychoanalysis. However, a trauma (in the Real Order) is not easily accessible to language (that is the Symbolic Order). Thus, a means of breaking down the barrier between Trauma and Language, (i.e.) the Real and the Symbolic must be found. I intend to look to fantasy (of the Imaginary Order) and moreover the traversing of the fantasy as being such a means.