The history of the psychoanalysis is strewn with debates concerning the theory and the clinical practice. More often than differently, these quarrels are also wars of being able and
competitions personal. It is there probably the batch of many similar movements where abound the strong personalities and the original ideas.
As a whole, the analytical movement could compose rather
well with diversity. However, certain individuals worked out from the points of view theoretical or clinical at such point far away from the central designs of the Freudian psychoanalysis
which they felt the need to break with the movement or were excluded from it. We approach here the dissidents who surround Freud, those which led it to create the secret
committee dedicated to the backup of the psychoanalysis. AROPA