Netflix Series Freud: Tips For First 3 Episodes
The Netflix series Freud, released on March 23, describes the life of psychiatrist Sigmund Freud in detail. You may need a small guide to properly understand the series of historical events and people.
Part 1 - Hysteria
What is hysteria?
Pronounced psychoneurotic disorder with psychosomatic complaints of various systems such as hysteria, psychic and motor disorders, especially flooding in emotional reactions, sudden anger, movement disorders, temporary personality change and daily memory loss. It describes a neurotic mental disease that expresses extreme imagination or fears when it goes out of control and disrupts one's functionality. hysteria is known as a sudden, nervous, neurotic disease in patients. The hysterical patient is unaware of the impairment of his mental health.
Who is Arthur Schnitzler?
Dr One of Sigmund Freud's close friends. He was educated in medicine like his father. however, he became a writer since he was interested in literature during his student years. He tried to convey the principles of psychoanalysis, inspired by the internal monologue method. It is evident that there are some events and analyzes that Freud uncovered in psychoanalysis in Schnitzler's works. for this reason, it may be correct to accept that Schnitzler is the reflection of Freud in the field of literature. Meanwhile, Freud does not deny their interactions and emphasizes in a letter by appreciating the "perceptions and observations of the individual about the unconsciousness" of Schnitzler.
Prof. dr Who is theodor meynert?
Dr Sigmund Freud left the physiology institute due to financial difficulties and moved to Vienna general hospital (AKH). After working here in various departments, Theodor Meynert began researching the brain anatomy and nervous system in the psychiatric ward and was appointed as the hospital's assistant.
Who is dr jean-martin Charcot where Freud works in Paris?
He was a famous neurologist and doctor, he worked for 30 years in pitié-salpêtrière hospital. 3000 of 5000 patients in his hospital were mentally ill. Hypnosis therapy founder for hysteria patients. In the period when the differences between drug therapy and hypnosis therapy were discussed, Schnitzler put a hypnosis expert against the doctor who applied the drug treatment in the drama named Paracelsus. Cora, who could not recover with the help of a doctor and medication, got rid of the melancholy disease in a 'moment' through hypnosis, with a short application. What comes to mind at this point is the thoughts about the hysteria and treatment of jean - martin Charcot, where Sigmund Freud worked together in France and brought his studies to the Vienna community through translation. Charcot argued that, besides linking hysteria discomfort to a shock experienced by the individual, the solution of this can only be through hypnosis. a little information Freud never took out the Charcot table in his room.
"Hysterical woman" photographed in the hospital in 1878;
Summary of episode 1
Warning: Contains spoilers.
The event that started the series in the first episode greets us while preparing a presentation for the step of Freud's medical profession in Vienna. He wants to show the effectiveness of hypnosis with the cleaner (of the above-mentioned) cleaner Lenore, of the findings of jean-martin Charcot, whom she had the opportunity to work together in the psychiatry clinic at salpêtrière hospital. however, the presentation of Freud, who has prepared a fraudulent scenario, amazes us, including himself. because he is implementing an idea that comes to his mind, namely, "direct hypnosis: a method by touching the volunteer directly, coming to the eye," and the subject remains in effect. Theodor Meynert and Leopold von Schönfeld are welcomed.
Inspector Kiss and his field colleague Poschacher find Steffi Horvath, who they think is dead at Heinz Konrad's house, in blood. just to help the woman who was breathing at that time, dr. He is taken to Freud's flat. however, it is too late to help, and the woman dies after injuries. In the room where he finds the woman, inspector kiss finds a button that belongs to the regiment number 5 - the regiment he served. However, his supervisor, Oskar Janecek, does not want the investigator to investigate the case in a way that causes Kiss to be removed from the case. kiss continues on her own and her investigations lead her to lieutenant Riedl and Georg von Lichtenberg.
Freud visits his close friend, Arthur Schnitzler, and Hungarian Countess Sophia von Szápáry and Count Viktor Szápáry during the festivals. there he has the opportunity to be with fleur salomé in a session with Leopold von schönfeld, who criticizes Freud during the presentation. fleur salomé complains about the dark dreams about little girl Clara von schönfeld. salomé wants Freud to cure him and wants to reveal what he saw during salomé's session while Freud hypnotized him. salomé sees that Clara von schönfeld disappeared in the sewerage of Vienna.
Summary of episode 2 trauma
What is trauma?
More in psychology; It is an experience that the individual cannot react properly, cannot solve the solution even though it stands on it, thus pushing it out of consciousness. unconsciously, it constantly feels the effect of the individual on the spiritual structure of the individual, the individual is always in a feeling as if he is facing the life in question.
Freud defines trauma as follows: “We describe each life as traumatic in a short period of time, which confronts spiritual life with many stimuli, thus causing them not to deal with these stimuli in the normal way, or to cause disturbances in the spiritual distribution of energy at hand.” In other words, trauma is considered as the difficulty of the spirituality of the individual in the face of excessive stimulus.
Dr von schönfeld, after Clara lying in bed unresponsive and unresponsive, dr. He turns towards Freud and poses questions by implying that he suspects "catatonia". catatonia is a psychomotor (mind-muscle coordination) disorder expressed by wax softness. is that the patient still frees as it is left. When Freud entered the house, her mother greeted her, and when Freud was late, she said to her mother, "Did kiddish begin?" asks a question. Kiddush is a prayer that is read standing together with wine or grape juice to sanctify the Sabbath and Jewish holidays. Freud uses the phrase " provoke Zores " (mach dir keinen vorschuss auf zores) when his mother says "life is hard, you could say that before". The meaning of the phrase here is: “For now, it is not necessary to worry about anything and nobody knows how the end will happen so you really only have to fight when it is inevitable.” It is based on a statement such as.
investigator kiss is completely obsessed with Georg von Lichtenberg. At that time, we see the struggle that duels with swords in a pub. This duel, called "schmisse" in german, is slightly different from modern fencing. duel has no winner or loser. there is one doctor for each competitor. the meaning of these wounds in social status is that the person is courageous and the 19th century. also meant "good and healthy husband".
After learning that Clara has disappeared, Freud reaches out to Kiss, and the inspector conducting the investigation with an anonymous telegram, tells them to go underground in Vienna. Clara is reached with the help of a small child after seeing the dog of Clara. When the Clara is about to drown, there is a toe in his mouth that is detached from him. Freud then requests permission from his colleague and Clara's brother dr schönfeld for the treatment of catatonic schizophrenia, but his request is rejected.
Investigator Kiss accuses Georg von Lichtenberg, who gave him a "hit order" in the war for both events (the Steffi horváth murder and the attempt to kill the Clara) as a result of the information he learned from the little girl underground after all these events. Georg then invites Kiss to a duel that will result in death. Inspector Kiss, who came out of the war as a veteran, asks dr Freud for his severe tremor in his hand due to traumatic reasons. dr Freud then hypnotizes the inspector Kiss and takes him back to the battlefield, asking him to stop killing prisoners and kill the trauma order.
Fleur Salomé convinces Henriette von schönfeld, who is the mother of Clara, to work with Clara, as well as to reveal who did the murder attempt. Thanks to another hypnosis session, it turns out to be his brother, Leopold von Schönfeld, who abducted Clara.
Chapter 3 - Sleepwalking
What is sleepwalking?
If we look at the original sleepwalking, it can be examined under the heading para sony (behavioural disorders in sleep). In addition to sleepwalking, there are also examples such as splash, teeth grinding, palpitations and sweating during sleep. Basically, it occurs in the first two hours of the night in stages 3 and 4 (stages where sleep depth increases and brain waves slow down) in nonrem sleep (that is, the stage where the dream is not seen). It is more common in children. There is an accepted opinion in the examples that this problem is mostly based on genetic, family reasons. Factors that deepen sleep at night, such as insomnia, anxiety and fever, increase sleepwalking. The sleepwalking rate in healthy adults is 1-2%. often speaking during sleep is seen.
I have not met Freud's thoughts on sleepwalking before, but something can happen if a comprehensive German / French scan is possible. dr Sigmund Freud and his student Carl Gustav Jung come up with the “dream” and “unconscious” concepts that are closest to this subject. To put it in a nutshell, Dr Freud describes the dream as a door opening out of consciousness, and seeing one's childish and even animalistic ideas, desires and longing, that is, revealing the issues that consciousness cannot easily express and hide. it tries to emphasize the individuality of the dream. His student, Jung, argues that dreams are an inherited unconscious, evolutionary process that our ancestors left us, and that they are collective memory that includes their experiences.