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Both Freud and Jung's theories acknowledge that unconscious processes are at work in Anna O's problems. However, they would come to different conclusions about the origin of these problems and the method by which she should be treated.

In need some guidance to compare and contrast Freud's view and Jung's view and apply to Anna's case.
Are there specific points they would agree or disagree regarding the manifestation?
How might they differ in their approaches and interventions?

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Case of Anna O.

Freud's perspective:

i)Diagnosis would be hysteria (now called conversion disorder)

ii) origin of problem or perspective of manifestation of symptoms- intrapsychic conflict , due to repressed memory of trauma and hidden feelings

iii) ...

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Freud's and Jung's perspective on Anna O.

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