Anno O And Sigmund Freud

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Sigmund Freud was born May 6, 1856 in Freiberg, Marayia. Freud was a very powerful psychological legislator of that time. Even after all the disapproval of Freud’s work, he still remains a enormous part of psychology today (Jay, February 22, 2016). Freud has many different ideas that are still used by people everywhere. Freud’s entire life was influenced by trying to find ways of uncovering forms and processes of personality (Mcleod, 2013). Freud had many different theories. The ones I think made the most impact are the interpretation of dreams, the case of Anno O, the unconscious mind, psychoanalysis, and personality theory. Freud’s father name was Jakob. His mother was Amalie Nathansohn. Freud had 2 older brothers. In 1873 Freud graduated …show more content…
This case even influenced psychology as a whole (Mcleod, 2013). Anna O had high intellectual gifts. Her illness lasted for over two years. In the course of her illness she developed many psychological and physical disturbances. She suffered from many different things. She had paralysis, loss of sensation, and the same happen thing happened to other part of her body (Dr.A.A. 2016). After many discussions with her it became known that she developed a fear of drinking, when a dog she hated drank from her glass. She expressed her anxiety through psychoanalysis. As soon as she made her unconscious thoughts conscious her paralysis disappeared. Breuer discussed the case with his friend Freud. After this case, Freud was to pursue this for the rest of his life. Freud started writing things about hysteria (Mcleod, …show more content…
Freud believed that people could be cured by making conscious there unconscious thoughts and motivations, thus gaining insight. The point of psychoanalysis therapy is to liberate repressed emotions and events. Free association is a simple technique of psychodynamic therapy is free association in which a patient talks of whatever comes into their mind. This procedure involves a therapist reading a list of words and the patient immediately responds with the first thing that comes to their mind. Free association is not always the best technique if the patient is not willing to say what actually is on their mind, or what is bothering them. On the other hand, if there resisting enough then the client could be getting closer to his or her repressed feelings or ideas. Freud said free association is like a

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