Articoli che contengono il tag: child

Archaic songs for preserving and transmitting the mystery of birth, love and time

Abstract Since the most remote times oral tradition has passed down linguistic-communicative materials that the adult uses for the caring relationship in the “nursery”: these pluri-semantic materials (consisting of sounds, rhythms, gestures, words, etc.) are structured in sequences that accompany … Continue reading

The fairy tale as an observation instrument: the psychologist gets into the class

Abstract Bringing fairly tale  in the classroom, in a setting clearly discussed with the teacher providing for the reading of the text, the time of the conversation with children (including the proposal after each intervention to draw what has affected … Continue reading

The fairy tale as a therapy tool: an experience with the multidisabled blind

Abstract This paper describes our clinical experience based on a fairy tale workshop carried out with a group of multidisabled blind children. It aims at showing how the huge communicational potential of the fairy tale can be helpful non only … Continue reading

Back to “Cinderella”: fairytales in the Bibliotherapeutic Dialogue

Abstract Bibliotherapy is a therapeutic method in the field of Art therapy, which suggests focusing the therapeutic dialogue on a literary text, either written or read. This text functions within the therapeutic dialogue as a “third voice”, in addition to … Continue reading

On the uses of the folk-tale in education

Abstract More than thirty years of work as a child psychiatrist and analyst and weekly meetings with the teachers of psychotic children in my care, have led me to reflect upon the process of learning to read and the apparent … Continue reading