Rene Roussillon

René Roussillon, who was born in July 1947, was awarded a PhD in clinical psychology in 1988. In 1989, he was appointed Professor of Clinical and Pathological Psychology in the University of Lyon-II. From that point onwards, he has been the Head of the Clinical Psychology department in Lyon University and of the research team focusing on ""the subjectivation process in borderline and extreme situations"". He is also the Director of the clinical ""psycho-hub"" of the Rhône-Alpes region in France, a facility that he founded in 2007. In 1991, he became a Full Member of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society and of the Lyon/Rhône-Alpes Psychoanalytical Group; he is a former President of that association. He has published several books in French on psychoanalysis, as well as a significant number of articles (which have been translated into English, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Greek, Romanian, and Bulgarian). In 1991, he was the recipient of the prestigious Maurice Bouvet Award for his book Paradoxes et Situations Limites de la Psychanalyse (Paradoxes and Borderline Situations in Psychoanalysis). The main topics of his research work in psychoanalysis have to do with psychical trauma, the analysing situation, and the various forms of transference which may prove problematic within that setting.

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The Deconstruction of Narcissism and the Function of the Object: Explorations in Psychoanalysis

The Deconstruction of Narcissism and the Function of the Object: Explorations in Psychoanalysis

by Rene Roussillon

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The Deconstruction of Narcissism and the Function of the Object addresses the topic of narcissistic suffering and presents an innovative take on its psychoanalytic treatment through the... (more)

Primitive Agony and Symbolization

Primitive Agony and Symbolization

by Rene Roussillon

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The fundamental outlook of this book is clinical. It attempts to establish a unitary model of the processes at work in different forms of narcissistic pathology, and to offer a model that is both an... (more)

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