Processo Anevrotico Terapeutico

First edition


Introduction to anevrotic psychotherapy

A new paradigm

The purpose of the text is to provide a preparation for those who approach the psychotherapy of the Anevrotic Process and lay out the basis of a paradigm that can give an interpretation to aspects that lead to the clinical results exposed.

It describes a set of mental activities in which the Anevrotic Process has value in a general human evolutionary perspective and not only as a therapeutic aspect. Knowledge is presented and related to the model presented, composing a set in which progress taking place at specific periods of existence becomes explainable.

Synthesis of the Anevrotic Paradigm

The location of the Therapeutic Anevrotic Process, TAP, first arose as a research address on the basis of observations during the activity of psychotherapy, after which it was passed to deepen the elements.
In this passage, the questions needed to understand the change detected in individuals during clinical practice have emerged

Man chooses how far he knows about himself, no longer.


Author of specialized texts, consultant of psychology on television and radio networks in which he conducts interventions concerning psychopathology, psychotherapy and social psychology.

Coordinator of intense research activities, from which a strand of psychophysiological and multidisciplinary investigations related to the “PAT” Therapeutic Anevrotic Process has taken shape.

Director of Scientific, is a member of the editorial board of the newspaper.

The book: 8 Chapters!


Development of mental structure

The development that seems absolutely spontaneous takes place in a short time and what is most important is part of a complex human system, to which the ability to react to reality, participating in it, is due.


Annevrosis and psychological physiology

Psychic conduct is expressed in various ways, including the protection that the mind has for its own structure and the need to convey not only its own balance, but rather the distortions that characterize it.


The Anevrotic Function

The formation of the individual psychological structure continues through the abilities that characterize the human being, called to face the emotional heritage to which he must both react and consent.


Mental structure

The activity of thought is composed of the whole individual personality, in which the ability to interpret and react effectively to reality takes place


Human system and dysfunction

The Mental System has refined characteristics, in them the dysfunctions are not only the consequence of a psychological setting difficulty, but also represent the attempt to make reality manageable.


Activities of the Anevrotic Process

As we move forward in the exposition of the Anevrotic Process, it is well understood that mental characteristics are distinguished not only from what the mind assumes, but even more from what it renounces to understand.



PAT cannot be taught in a “didactic” way, but it must be “learned” through the natural propensity towards intimate deepening. The association between reality and the emotions that correspond to it, realizes a progressive adaptation.


Trials and developments of the PAT

It is likely to assume that anevrotic capacity has always been active, handed down in a genetic mode whose access is particularly complicated; in it the mental structure provides for a comparison and redistribution of the psychic abilities active in society, as well as in the individual.