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Journal of Clinical & Community Medicine

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Violent Acting in the Context of a Cryptic Fantasmatic in the Framework of a Paranoïaque Personality on the Background of Psychorigid and Sensitive Personality with Loneliness’s Feeling Volume 3 - Issue 3

Scharbach Hugues*

  • Paris’s University past Head of psychiatric Service in CHU, Doctor in Psychology (LYON II) National Forensic Expert Hon, France

Received:July 20, 2021   Published: July 28, 2021

Corresponding author:Scharbach Hugues, Paris’s University past Head of psychiatric Service in C.H.U., Doctor in Psychology (LYON II) National Forensic Expert Hon, France

DOI: 10.32474/JCCM.2021.03.000163


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A retired man, 63 years old, single, only child, living in his mother’s apartment -hospitalized during the time of acting - having worked as monitor, instructor, manager in vacation or summer camps for young’s and, even, as seller, injured his next-door neighbor a psychiatrist but, with whom he has no link, no engagement in a therapeutic relation-in the face with a bottle [1] shard -after having waited for his arrival for one morning. In fact, he commits its act in the frame of a psychic psychotic disturbance. During the time of the forensic examination, he appears calm, even relevant during the time of the legal expertise but, when approaching the facts, expresses a distortion of the approach to reality, in its conceptualization [2]. Perhaps in a psychic state aggravated by a context of loneliness, he had presented an autitive and somatized hallucinatory activity with persecutory thematic, persuaded that this practitioner-who morever practises in association with a colleague- shouted insults to him when he went on his balcony which entailed, in particular, impression of modification of his feeling close to rapture, to inner, intime psychotic enjoyment. The term paranoïaque/paranoid has no’t been used [3], because it could compromise the acceptance of an entry into psychotherapy already difficult to implement. Notably, if it were brought to the knowledge of the subject.

Keywords: Psychiatrist; Therapeutical Relation; Impression; Psychotic Enjoyment; Psychotherapy; Stuffing

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