Articoli che contengono il tag: adoption

A path of family violence: from the family of origin to the adoptive family. The story of Akos

Abstract This piece of work illustrates how adoptive paths are often transformed into difficult and painful situations as the history of the family of origin of the adoptive child is unacknowledged and the traumatic situation that is often at the … Continue reading

Couple dynamics and adoptive parent relationships.

Abstract This paper aims to explore some of the aspects involved in the dynamics of the interaction between narcissism and object investment. We know that the oscillation between these two psychic configurations influences the subject and his relations: the dynamics … Continue reading

The adopted child and his double origin

Abstract In order to highlight the persistence of a double connection of the adopted child with the family of origin as well as with the new adoptive bonds (e.g., Brodzinsky, Schechter, Marantz Henig, 1992), two clinical cases are presented in … Continue reading

Meeting Elsewhere. The Group in Adoption

Abstract In this article, after brief considerations of the characteristics of the “towards and beyond adoption” formative path and after a personal testimony that wishes to give voice to the children met in several institutions in the Ukraine, the consequences … Continue reading

Adoption and same-sex parenting: Oedipus abandoned?

Abstract Although substantial research has demonstrated that children of lesbian and gay parents develop in ways that are similar to those of heterosexual parents, families with lesbian and gay parents remain controversial. We know that most adopted children have a … Continue reading