Multifamily sessions and the psychoanalysts

Classical psychoanalytical training was based on a paradigm in which both the etiology and the cure were centered on the subject. New clinical demands forced to revise that “ideal model.” Using a language of his own and an extended metapsychology, the Argentine psychoanalyst Jorge García Badaracco devised a new way of seeing mental illness and a novel therapeutic framework he called “multifamily psychoanalysis,” focused on the structure and fabric of the Read more