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Sabina Spielrein

Sabina Naftulowna Spielrein (russisch Сабина Нафтуловна Шпильрейн; * Oktober/ 7. November in Rostow am Don; † August ebenda) war. Sabina wird als älteste Tochter von Eva und Nikolai Spielrein in Rostow am Don geboren. Die Stadt liegt südöstlich außerhalb des jüdischen Ansiedlungsrayons​. Spielrein, Sabina Nikolajewna. Russisch-jüdische Ärztin und Psychoanalytikerin. Sabina Spielrein () wurde als älteste von fünf Geschwistern in.

Sabina Spielrein Zusammenfassung

Sabina Naftulowna Spielrein war eine russisch-jüdische Ärztin und Psychoanalytikerin. Sie war eine Patientin und Schülerin von Carl Gustav Jung und die erste Frau, die mit einer psychoanalytischen Arbeit promoviert wurde. Sabina Naftulowna Spielrein (russisch Сабина Нафтуловна Шпильрейн; * Oktober/ 7. November in Rostow am Don; † August ebenda) war. Vor 75 Jahren starb die Ärztin und Psychoanalytikerin Sabina Spielrein. Als ehemalige Patientin und Therapeutin stand sie zwischen Sigmund Freud und Carl. Sabina wird als älteste Tochter von Eva und Nikolai Spielrein in Rostow am Don geboren. Die Stadt liegt südöstlich außerhalb des jüdischen Ansiedlungsrayons​. Spielrein, Sabina Nikolajewna. Russisch-jüdische Ärztin und Psychoanalytikerin. Sabina Spielrein () wurde als älteste von fünf Geschwistern in. Sabina Spielrein: "Eine fast grausame Liebe zur Wissenschaft" | Richebächer, Sabine | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit. Sabina Spielrein: Tagebuch und Briefe. Die Frau zwischen Jung und Freud | Sabina Spielrein, Traute Hensch (Hrsg.) | ISBN: | Kostenloser.

Sabina Spielrein

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Between October and January, Jung carried out word association tests on her, and also used some rudimentary psychoanalytic techniques.

By her own choice, she continued as a resident in the hospital from January to June , although she was no longer receiving treatment. She worked as an intern alongside other Russian students there including Max Eitingon , as well as expatriate psychiatrists who were studying with Bleuler, including Karl Abraham.

She attended medical school at the University of Zurich from June to January , excelling there academically.

She lived in a number of different apartments, mixing in a social circle that included mainly fellow Russian Jewish women medical students.

Many of these, together with Spielrein, became fascinated with the emerging movement of psychoanalysis in western Europe, and studied with Bleuler and Jung.

Spielrein's main focus while in medical school was on psychiatry. A number of them, like Spielrein, subsequently became psychiatrists, spent time with Freud in Vienna , and published in psychoanalytic journals.

Spielrein completed her medical school dissertation, supervised first by Bleuler then by Jung, on a close study of the language of a patient with schizophrenia.

It was published in the Jahrbuch für psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen , which Jung edited. She was one of the first people to conduct a case study on schizophrenia and have it published in a psychoanalytic journal.

Her dissertation contributed greatly to the understanding of the language of people with schizophrenia. Because her study was one of the first to focus on schizophrenia, the need for more research began and led to more people focusing on the mental illness.

While at medical school, Spielrein continued to assist Jung in the laboratory as she had done as an in-patient. She also attended his ward rounds and met him socially.

She did not have any further therapy from him, although from around late he informally tried to analyze her wish for his child.

There are differing views as to whether or not they had sexual intercourse. The Life and Ideas of Sabina Spielrein. Lothane summarizes his conclusions:.

People tend to believe as dictated by their own emotions, projections, and transferences. Our judgment should really be guided by what the protagonists never tired of asserting themselves: that there was no sex.

In the final analysis the question is whether we believe their testimony or not. I choose to believe them, and not out of prudery, but because in those days people saw premarital sexual relations, especially as applies to Spielrein, differently than we do today; moreover, because unconsummated sexual desire was even more poignant and more romantic than consummated sex.

However, the sexual myth dies hard, providing sensational material for a number of theatrical productions and a plethora of articles in the popular press and professional journals.

During the ensuing months, Jung wrote to Freud about the relationship, at first accusing Spielrein of having tried unsuccessfully to seduce him, and then admitting that he had become romantically involved with her.

I could not and did not want to resist, for many reasons' [3] : 95 Eva Spielrein threatened to report him to Eugen Bleuler and came to Zurich to do so, but in the end decided not to.

A document-based account of these events, including the three-way correspondence among Spielrein, Jung and Freud, appears in Launer's biography.

After a hiatus of several months, caused by the above controversy, Spielrein and Jung resumed their relationship in the summer of , and continued seeing each other privately up through the last months of Spielrein permanently departed Zurich around January Sabina saw in reality how totally impossible it was, how it would ruin her chance of finding another love and destroy her scientific and professional ambitions:.

With a baby I would be accepted nowhere. And that would be in the best of cases; what if I did not even get pregnant?

Then our pure friendship would be destroyed by the intimate relationship, and our friendship is what is so terribly dear to me.

This personal diary entry from late strongly suggests that Spielrein realized that even if they were to finally have sexual relations, she might not get pregnant.

Some commentators have seen Jung's conduct as a professional boundary violation, while others have seen it as an unintended and forgivable consequence of early experimentation with psychoanalytic techniques.

The historian and Freudian psychoanalyst Bruno Bettelheim commented on her treatment and the apparently beneficial result, noting that, "However questionable Jung's behaviour was from a moral point of view At the time, Freud was tolerant of what happened between Jung and Spielrein, and regarded it as an example of countertransference.

Later, he confessed to Spielrein that it had played a part in the schism between him and Jung: "His behavior was too bad. My opinion changed a great deal from the time I received that first letter from you".

Jung had come to the same conclusion. When Jung came to Freud about his relationship with Spielrein, Freud changed his ideas about the relationship between doctor and patient.

She continued to yearn for him for several years afterwards, and wrote to Freud that she found it harder to forgive Jung for leaving the psychoanalytic movement than for "that business with me".

He recounted, it was "the voice of a patient After graduation, Spielrien moved to Munich to study art history, while also working on a paper on the connection between sex and death.

She was the second female member of this society. Spielrein met with Freud on a number of occasions in , and continued to correspond with him until She attempted in her correspondence with both Freud and Jung to reconcile the two men.

In the "Destruction" paper, and throughout her subsequent career, she drew on ideas from many different disciplines and schools of thought.

By age 26, Spielrien became the youngest to publish her works. They moved to Berlin , where Spielrein worked alongside Karl Abraham.

Spielrein had her first daughter Irma-Renata known as Renata , in While in Berlin, Spielrein published nine further papers.

One of these was an account of children's beliefs about sex and reproduction, in which she included recollections of her own early fantasies about this.

Her husband joined his regiment in Kiev , and they were not reunited for more than a decade. The war years were times of privation for Spielrein: she did some work as a surgeon and in an eye clinic, but also received contributions from her parents when they could get these to her.

She composed music, and considered becoming a composer. She also began to write a novel in French. She recorded observations of her daughter's development in terms of language and play.

She continued her correspondence with Freud and Jung and her development of her own theoretical ideas, particularly in relation to attachment in children.

In she attended the sixth congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association in The Hague , where she gave a talk on the origins of language in childhood.

She also announced her intention to join the staff of the Rousseau Institute in Geneva , a pioneering clinical, training and research centre for child development in Geneva.

While she was there, Jean Piaget also joined the staff: they collaborated closely, and in he went into an eight-month analysis with her.

In , she and Piaget both delivered papers at the seventh congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association in Berlin.

This was one of the most productive periods of her life, and she published twenty papers between and The most important of these was a new version of the paper she had given at the Hague on the origins of language, drawing on her collaboration with the linguist Charles Bally.

Her other papers from the time are mainly devoted to bring psychoanalytic thought together with observational studies of child development,. Her papers in the Zeitschrift and Imago from this time mainly focus on the importance of speech acquisition in early childhood and the sense of time.

In , discouraged by her lack of success in building up a private practice in Geneva, and with Freud's support, she decided to travel to Moscow to support the development of psychoanalysis there.

In the event, she never returned to western Europe, and the papers remained undiscovered until they were identified nearly sixty years later by the Jungian analyst Aldo Carotenuto, who published a selection of them.

Psychoanalysis in Russia already had a turbulent history but its influence was strongest between and On her arrival in Moscow, she found herself the most experienced psychoanalyst there, as well as one of the most closely connected with analysts and psychologists in the west.

She also joined the Moscow Psychoanalytic Institute, which had been founded in under the direction of Moise Moishe Wulff. She then became involved with an ambitious new project in children's learning known as the "Detski Dom" Psychoanalytic Orphanage—Laboratory also known as the "White House.

Founded in by Vera Schmidt who had also been one of Freud's students , the "Detski Dom" was intended to teach children based on Freud's theories.

The school was only an orphanage in name: along with Schmidt's own son, the school had children from prominent Bolsheviks including Joseph Stalin , whose son Vasily Stalin was enrolled as well.

Sexual exploration and curiosity was also permitted. Spielrein's involvement included supervision of the teachers, and she may have supported them in a protest about their poor conditions of work, which led to their dismissal.

The accusations were possibly made in response to attempts by Leon Trotsky to proletarianize the school's intake [6] : During Spielrein's time in Moscow, both Alexander Luria and Lev Vygotsky came to work at the Psychoanalytic Institute and "Dyetski Dom" and studied with her.

Spielrein's characteristic way of combining subjective psychological ideas from psychoanalysis with objective observational research of children is likely to have been an important influence in their early formation as researchers, leading them to become the foremost Russian psychologists of their time.

In late or , Spielrein left Moscow. She and her daughter rejoined her husband Pavel in Rostov-on-Don. As well as probably being disillusioned by her experience in Moscow, Spielrein may have been impelled to return because her husband by now was in a relationship with a Ukrainian woman, Olga Snetkova born Aksyuk , and they now had a daughter, Nina.

For at least the next decade, Spielrein continued to work actively as a pediatrician, carrying out further research, lecturing on psychoanalysis, and publishing in the west until In she presented a vigorous defense of Freud and psychoanalysis at a congress of psychiatry and neuropathology in Rostov, possibly the last person to mount such a defense at a time when psychoanalysis was on the point of being proscribed in Russia.

She also talked of the importance of clinical supervision for psychological work with children, and described an approach to short term therapy that could be used when resources did not allow for extensive treatment.

Her niece Menikha described her from the s as "a very well mannered, friendly and gentle person. At the same time, she was tough as far as her convictions were concerned.

In her brothers Isaac, Jan and Emil Spielrein were arrested, and executed in and during the Great Purge. Spielrein and her daughters survived the first German invasion of Rostov-on-Don in November , which was repelled by the Red Army.

However, in July , the German army reoccupied the city. Spielrein and her two daughters, aged 29 and 16, were shot dead [57] by an SS death squad, Einsatzgruppe D, in Zmievskaya Balka , or "Snake Ravine" near Rostov-on-Don, together with 27, mostly Jewish victims.

Despite her closeness to the central figures of both psychoanalysis and developmental psychology in the first part of the twentieth century, Spielrein was more or less forgotten in Western Europe after her departure for Moscow in Her tragic death in the Holocaust compounded this erasure.

The publication in , of the correspondence between Freud and Jung, [28] followed by the discovery of her personal papers and publication of some of them in the s onwards, [2] [3] made her name quite widely known.

However, it led to her identification in popular culture as an erotic sideshow in the lives of the two men. Within the world of psychoanalysis, Spielrein is usually given no more than a footnote, for her conception of the sexual drive as containing both an instinct of destruction and an instinct of transformation, hence anticipating both Freud's "death drive" and Jung's views on "transformation"; [60] Regardless of the questionable relationship with Jung, something positive and very useful to psychotherapy was born from it.

Jung's correspondence to Freud about his relationship with Spielrein inspired Freud's concepts of transference and countertransference.

In recent years, however, Spielrein has been increasingly recognized as a significant thinker in her own right, influencing not only Jung, Freud and Melanie Klein, but also later psychologists including Jean Piaget , Alexander Luria and Lev Vygotsky [61] Spielrein also has influential work in several topics such as: gender roles, love, the importance of intuition in women, the unconscious, dream interpretation, sexuality and sexual urges, libido, sublimation, transference, linguistics and language development in children.

Etkind's research in Russia in the s showed that she did not "disappear" after leaving Western Europe, but continued as an active clinician and researcher.

The first scholarly biography of her in German, by Sabine Richebächer [8] placed her relationship with Jung in its proper context of a lifelong career of involvement with psychoanalysis and psychology.

Lance Owens suggests that the importance of Spielrein's relationship with Jung should not be historically discounted, but seen as an additional part of her legacy and broad creative influence.

Owens provides evidence that Spielrein played a seminal role in Jung's personal psychological development, his understanding of love, and his subsequent formation of core psychological conceptualizations about "anima" and "transference.

Followers of feminist and relational psychoanalysis are also beginning to claim her as an important progenitor. Through the works of Sabina Spielrein's child analysis, she was able to differentiate between autistic languages and social languages.

She differentiated between primary autistic languages and social languages like song, words, etc. John Launer's biography of Spielrein in English, and written with the support of the Spielrein family is based on close readings of her hospital notes, diaries and correspondence.

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