The parental couple and the group of caregivers in the care given to the baby: hypochondriac mirrors
The parental couple, the group of perinatal and early childhood caregivers, are subject, in the care given to the baby, to ordinary hypochondria. Taking care of a baby, a subject who does not yet speak verbally, requires work on interpreting his various signs, especially bodily ones. If the primary parental preoccupation, the primary caring preoccupation are in play, our regular clinical work in nursery, led us to propose a primary hypochondriac parental preoccupation, and a primary hypochondriac caring preoccupation. In this sense, the members of a group of caregivers offer a real welcome and treatment of the hypochondriac preoccupations of parents.