The disease of a person and a group unaware of being it


Reflecting on a clinical history with a happy end, on an event which has, all of a sudden, unexpectedly, given back to much more than it had seemed we had been involved with, is without any doubt passionate; but I want at once to move out of any suspicion I want to do << wild psychosomatic>>. (Ferro 2006) how one could suppose from the Read more


A trans-cultural approach to clinical practice with migrants and their children in Europe and worldwide


To adapt our care devices to the migrants and to their children is a major challenge in the European society and in the current world where the migrations are varied, numerous and sometimes violent. This text presents a model of welcome and care based on the psychoanalytical clinic and on the anthropology, starting from individual stories and care’s narratives of migrants in Europe and refugees in Afghanistan. This hospitality is the major challenge in our clinical and Read more