Articoli che contengono il tag: family

From broken restrictions to new and vital experiences in therapy: from perverse communication to the discovery and identification of the affected’s world

Abstract This work of proposed family therapy started from the consideration that the model of individual psychoanalysis had not brought any of the family members to retrieve inside themselves and that in the field of group communication, there were no … Continue reading

Family field therapy: from the dialogue between generations of therapists to that with contemporary patients. A clinical research project on therapy for individuals and their transgenerational family field

Abstract This text is dedicated to research on the setting and therapy provided by a research team that worked on the relationship between the extended family mind and the individual, where the former becomes an ectopic storage space for the … Continue reading

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

Dream and families

Abstract At the sitting family or couple in principle after the dream every member associations to the dream. The final interpretation takes into account the collective work, rather it is itself the fruit of collective work. The dream interpretation considers … Continue reading

Anorexia as a Symbol of an Empty Matrix Dominated by the Dragon Mother

Abstract This paper reports the author’s understanding of anorexia reached through her clinical work and using Jungian as well as group-analytic concepts. Examples of individual, family and group work are given and they constitute facets of an overall picture of … Continue reading