Articoli che contengono il tag: complexity

Adolescence, adolescents and new family systems

Abstract This article explores the consequences of children’s adolescence on the family system. An introduction provides the theoretical framework of the phenomena described. On one side, the complexity theory and constructivist philosophy, and on the other, a psychoanalytic hypothesis reshaping … Continue reading

On the threshold. The invention of institutions as a turning point for change

Abstract In the paper I address three questions that seem useful to understand our relationship with institutions and its potentialities. a) How can the relationship with institutions be creative? b) How can the external world not to be also a … Continue reading

Family groups and anorexia. Therapeutic and interpretative indications in systemic approach

Abstract Author referring to a systems oriented thinking proposes a conception of mental anorexia as a complex syndrome in which socio-cultural, family and individual components are interconnected. Particularly, following the preliminary data of a research in progress, he examines the … Continue reading