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    Part 1. Phenomenology of the psychotherapy and an essence of therapeutic analysis ...............9

    1.1 Origins ................................... .9

    1.2. Concept of the therapeutic help ................. .18

    1.3. Model of psychotherapeutic influens .............. .26

    Part 2. Theories and technics of therapeutic analysis .... .34

    2.1. Structuralization of the relations ................ .34

    2.2. Completion of therapy ....................... .39

    2.3. Transfer ................................. .47

    2.3. Resistance and defenses ...................... .57

    Part 3. Psychoanalytical ideas of the functioning of psychics . .77

    3.1. Potentialities of psychoarialytical approach .......... .77

    3.2. The first Freud's ideas of the functioning of psychics . . .81

    3.3. Unconsciousness influences of the perception, of reality . .89

    3.4. Fear ....................................98

    3.5. Narcissism .............................. .101

    Part 4. Therapy of the problem connect with development of personality ........................... .110

    4.1. Classifications of the problem ..................110

    4.3. Prenathal study and trauma of birth ........... .114

    4.3. Oral study ............................... .119

    4.4. Anal problems in therapy .................... .126

    4.5. Oedipus stage and Oedipus complex ............. .135

    4.5. The development of Super-ego ................. .144

    Part 5. Interpersonal relationship as a subject of therapeutic analysis ............................... .155

    5.1. Concept of objection relations ................. .155

    5.2. The theory of M. Klein ................. . .160

    5.3. D.W. Winnicott, M. Mahler a mother and a child . . .171

    5.4. The development of the objection relations .... . . .179

    5.5. Objection relations and Self ............... . . .182

    5.6. Interpersonal approach .................. . . .190

    5.7. Love .............................. . . .196

    Part 6. Structural-analytic approach in therapy ... . . .207

    6.1. Lacan and postmodern .................. . .207

    6.2. Registers of psychics .................... . .210

    6.3. The Other and desire ................... . .229

    6.4. Imaginary. Simulyaer. Pornography. ......... . . .237

    6.5. Phantasm in the therapy ................. . . .241

    6.6. Completion of analysis: the transition over

    the verge of desire or beyond discourse ........ . . .249

    Part 7. Modern ideas of the dreams analysis ..... . .257

    7.1. The valley of the kings .................. . . .257

    7.2. The dream's function in the therapeutic analysis . . .260

    7.3. Dream as phantasm ................... . . .265

    7.4. Active technics works with dream .......... . . .277

    7.5. Rich dream .......................... . . .287

    Part 8. Discursive analysis in psychotherapy ..... . .297

    8.1. Psychotherapeutic discourse and his "Master"

    pansemiotic subject ..................... . . .297

    8.2. Practices of the discourse in psychotherapy ... . . .304

    8.3. An analysis of psychotherapeutic discourse .... . . .322

    Comment ............................ . .335

    Literature ............................. . . .340

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