In this study, the psychic organization and the psychotherapeutic process of a 30 year old woman patient, who consulted to therapy at the university clinic with complaints of inhibition, shyness and low self esteem will be discussed through Rorschach and TAT. Throughout the therapeutic process, it was revealed that the patient had been the victim of her father?s sexual abuse during her adolescence and that within the first month of leaving home, she had been diagnosed with premature menopause. The Rorschach and TAT protocols signify the feelings of emptiness and depression, which can be rooted in the primary maternal relationship. The broken, empty, disturbed nature of the object relationships and the depressive anxiety that the patient reveals throughout the assessments are parallel with the transference and countertransference. The inadequacy of the narcissistic defenses and the superego keep the emptiness away from processing, which leads to distorted responses. The whole unprocessed nature of the trauma which can be seen as a combination of the patient?s primary traumatic experiences with the recent sexual abuse end up with a somatic premature narcissistic loss. This case study aims to discuss how psychic trauma can induce a devastating trace on the body.