At each point, based on from the process of couch to his pathologies, the subject who acts between birth and death, exists ?temporal.? The game of fort-da initiates access to linear time, so hope and expectation are formed between desire and satisfaction. Where this is not the case, access to psychic temporality becomes difficult, expectations begin to disappear, linear time is replaced by circular time. In psychoanalytic theory, the concept of time integrates into four elements, as Jean Laplanche has taken from Freud: the genetic dimension; afterwardsness; individualcollective time; theory of mnemic traces. The mnemic traces inscribed in psychic provide information about the temporal relationship of the subject with his historicity. As a basic assumption, if there are some breaks in the origins and construction of the subject?s own history, it will be possible to follow this representation of time in the context of his projective responses. As a matter of fact, the aim of this study is to make theoretical explanations about the notion of ?psychic temporality? and try to examine these explanations with examples of projective responses in the dimension of psychic trauma.