Corporeity in psychotic communication: an institutional experience of group phsycoanalitical therapy


This work is a clinic contribution on corporeity in a psychotic communication into an institutional experience of psychoanalitic group of psychotherapy in a Residential therapeutic Community of a mental health department. Ethimologically “to communicate” means create a relationship, to get on well. So the body into a group structures a hard power of communication, it is a place and a centre of conflict of psycopathology in which emotions lie-unthinkable emotions inscribed in sense datum. The gamma function into the group let to receive the psychotic communication and Read more