Hysteria traumatic prefigures the psychoanalytic model of neurosis. In a first phase, it was to respect the idea drawn from the neurology of trauma at the origin of a disorder before coming to a psychological model (metapsychological) free of neurology. Freud notes that the physical symptoms, if related to a mental disorder, are rooted in the history of psychosexual subject. Hysteria is the bodily response to a sexual trauma in is the first theory, that of a real event because of a psychic trauma: the famous neurotica. In the ‘Draft K’ letters to Fliess, Freud discusses the etiology of hysteria: Hysteria necessarily presupposes a primary experience of unpleasure, so passive in nature (). It also highlights the crucial role of discharge. Later in the ‘Outline’ he adds, (…) the hysterical repression occurs clearly using ‘training symbol’ of travel on other neurons.