Dr. Jung and His Patients by Betsy Cohen
Von Franz said that Pauli came to her for analysis but wanted a pseudo-analysis, because he was too proud to admit he needed a real analysis . . . I saw that he was in despair, so I said we could try.
He didn’t submit to the transference (and perhaps the integration of the feeling function). That made our work together very difficult from the start.
The difficulties began when I asked him for the associations which referred to physics.
He had angry feelings that manifested in a negative transference and refused to pay her.
“He was split,” concluded von Franz. ~Marie-Louise Von Franz, Psychological Perspectives 24:54–63.