N.26 – Sensoriality, corporeity, and sexuality in the group

N.26 - Sensoriality, corporeity, and sexuality in the group

Published in 2011 –edited by Silvia Corbella, Stefania Marinelli, Paola Russo. – The geometrical structure and written language tend to dissolve, lose their borders and definition and evoke an emotional universe. The narration remains as a significant graphicalstructur which is very distant from a conventional specific point of reference. The light from the gold and the vital intensity of the red contrast the lead of the support, a dull material, heavy and opaque. The work testifies to the co-existence of currents of contrasting affects, that pick out an alternate route which promotes the internal exchange between abstract, disciplined mental regions and primitive levels that are archaic, somatic expressions.

Presentation, “Sensoriality, corporeity, and sexuality in the group”

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Dreamtelling as a request for containment – Three Uses of Dreams in Group Therapy

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Notes on sensoriality, corporeity and sexuality in the group

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Notes on the meaning of clothing in the group

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The group: a privileged mirror for the person

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«Precious pregnancy»: The bodily and emotional perceptions of pregnant women through a qualitative study of their drawings

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A home for the dragon

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The body creates the head: sensations inventions and affective transformations in gruoups of children

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Adolescent mind and neurosciences

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Body and images of the body in a group of adolescents in an educational context 

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The body in the group: its presence and absence

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The lounge of restless. The experience of UNITRE in Vico Equense (Naples)

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Experience made concrete: the body-mind relationship and possible transformational processes in Group Therapy

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Corporeity in psychotic communication: an institutional experience of group phsycoanalitical therapy

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“Is there the group?” About “complex” patients in the analytical experience

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Empathy and intersubjectivity in group psychotherapy. Pain sharing and mirror neurons.

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Body-playing: sensory and bodily experience with training groups

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