After five years of intermittent psychiatric intervention, the patient described in this article was admitted to Hillside Hospital, Glen Oaks, New York, with a diagnosis of psychoneurotic hysteria, phobic type, with a paranoid component. The patient was treated in the hospital for one year after which she was released as she was much improved. The reports of the various treatment team members are ... [Show full abstract] juxtaposed with comments by the patient in order to facilitate an evaluation of the collaborative effectiveness of Creative Analysis as a treatment approach. The recorded statements of the treating psychiatrist, staff psychologist and those of Dr. Ernest Zierer and his associate, Edith Zierer, are included. The examples of the patient's work in Creative Analysis demonstrate the flexibility inherent in these testing instruments to accommodate individual treatment goals as well as their validity as corroborative diagnostic and evaluative implements. A brief history of the development of Creative Analysis, its precepts and methodology, is also included.