Articoli che contengono il tag: mediating object

The Co-construction of the imaginary space in a group of children through the narration of stories and dreams

Abstract This work originates from the idea that the use of a mediating object (Privat P., Quélin-Soulignoux D., 2000) such as the narration of stories and dreams that emerge in the group, may create a new potential space where children … Continue reading

Dreaming the unthinkable, narrating the non-memory. Precursors of the fairytale as “mediating object” and as “shared dream” in the psychotherapeutic treatment of psychoses

Abstract In this paper the author confronts the problem of how to make communication possible in the psychotherapy of child psychoses, in cases where the symbolic capacity is seriously compromised or never structured, and the self is extremely vulnerable, without … Continue reading

Discovering the Inner World through Fairy-Tales

Abstract We present the clinical work, carried out by a team of therapists with autistic and psychotic children, within a Fairy-Tale Workshop. By becoming a container for projections, the fairy-tale, the mediating object of the group, helps provide a sense, … Continue reading

“Nothing is going on ” from a frozen mourning to mourning one can handle Following through of the nurses with the help of Photolanguage

Abstract This article aims at showing that Photolanguage© facilitates the ability to speak out for the nurses who are otherwise totally silent in the discussion group. I witness here the experience of the discussion groups in which the state of … Continue reading

Photolanguage© : a method for use with groups in a therapy or training context

Abstract The purpose of this special issue is to provide information to the reader about how a Photolanguage© session actually works. Before presenting the setting and its specific features, a few words about the origin of the method and a … Continue reading