- Josef Breuer (1842-1925) : Josef Breuer the person Freud credited with the founding of Psychoanalysis . Breuer discovered that when the memory of a traumatic event is recalled under deep relaxation or hypnosis , there is a release of emotional energy (catharsis ) and the symptoms caused by the repressed memory are relieved.

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