Chantal is a 45 year’s old married woman and is the mother of a child. She works as an artist. Chantal suffers from severe depression and a form of primary progressive sclerosis, which is characterised by its constant evolution. She moves with the help of crutches and suffers great pain and body stiffness, gait disorder with brief pain, swarming, numbness, abnormal fatigue, urinary retention and chronic constipation. She also suffers from persistent insomnia and she does not remember her dreams as well. For one year, the therapeutic relationship has considerably transformed Chantal’s characterial attitude towards her illness and her daily life, excluding the depression. That is what we shall expound in the second part of this presentation.