What is psychoanalyst?

  • (noun): A licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis.
    Synonyms: analyst

Some articles on psychoanalyst, psychoanalysts:

Narcissistic Supply - Fenichel, Simmel, and "narcissistic Need"
... The term "narcissistic supply" was used by psychoanalyst Otto Fenichel in 1938 in describing the way in which a narcissistic individual "requires a 'narcissistic supply' from the environment in ... concept of "narcissistic satisfaction" and on psychoanalyst Karl Abraham's work in "Short Study of the Development of the Libido", Fenichel highlighted the "narcissistic need" in ... Along with Abraham and psychoanalyst Sándor Radó, Fenichel saw "loss of essential narcissistic supplies" as a key factor in an individual's predisposition to depression "after disappointments of ...
Reimut Reiche
... is a German sociologist, sexologist, author and psychoanalyst. 1973 to 1980 Reiche studied at the Sigmund-Freud-Institut in Frankfurt am Main and he became a psychoanalyst in 1980 (DPV) ... Since 1980 Reiche has been working as a psychoanalyst in Frankfurt/Main ...
Triangulation (psychology) - In Psychology
... Some earlier related work, published in a 1951 paper, had been done by the German psychoanalyst Hans Loewald in the area of pre-Oedipal behavior and dynamics ... In a 1978 paper, the child psychoanalyst Dr ... theory of child development by the psychoanalyst Margaret Mahler ...
List Of Psychoanalytical Theorists
... A few of the most influential psychoanalysts and theorists, philosophers and literary critics who were or are influenced by psychoanlaysis include Alfred Adler- Proponent of individual psychology ... Karl Abraham – Psychoanalyst ... Nicholas Abraham – Psychoanalyst ...
Sylvia Bataille
... Georges Bataille with whom she had a daughter, the psychoanalyst Laurence Bataille (1930–1986) ... Starting in 1938, she was a companion of the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan with whom, in 1941, she had a daughter, Judith, today Judith Miller, also a psychoanalyst ...