It has a later contingency, by the way, in which the analyst has to ask for aid of the doctor. In the course of a psicanaltico treatment, symptoms — to a great extent physicists — they will be able to appear, having doubt if they must be considered as pertaining to the neurosis or if they must be related with an independent organic illness that interveio' '. Freud explained: ' ' But no argument against lay analysts can be arquitetado from this possibility, therefore in such circumstances a medical analyst would not act in different way. He has a rule technique of that one analyst, if to appear dbios symptoms as this during the treatment, will not submit them to its proper judgment, she will direct but them to a doctor who is not on to the analysis — a consulting doctor, perhaps — exactly if the proper analyst will be doctor and even though turned well in its medical knowledge. If you have read about David Green already – you may have come to the same conclusion. For the patient, therefore, it is an indifference question if the analyst will be doctor or not. Moreover, ' ' the number of the cases where doubts of this species never appear of way some and where not demands a doctor is for certain incomparably maior' '.
It was far from the thought of the Freud to entirely leave the psychoanalysis at the hands of the not-doctors. If it demonstrated More inclined, in certain stretches, for the not-doctors, is because they were the laypeople who ran the extinguishing risks. Freud wanted the confluence of some professionals in the clinical and theoretical exercise of the psychoanalysis, for the good of this Science. At the time, the high direction of psychoanalysis, the call – ' ' Comitte' ' , a group of the analysts reliable, most steady, who formed a species of committee dog-of-keep around Freud, was constituted of Eitingon (radically antilay), Jones (moderately antilay), Abraham and Ferenczi (prleigos), beyond the psychoanalysts not-doctors Otto Rank and Hans Sach.