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The journal Cliniques


La répétition : entre résistance et changement

Cliniques publishes twice a year scientific and theoretical / clinical articles (quantative or qualitative studies, case studies, review articles, ongoing researches) and holds its specificity in its editorial line which is centered upon psychological care exclusively within care institutions.

The two annual issues explore a same theme but treat it differently in order to offer the readers a thorough, argumented and diversified afterthought. Also, in order to open up to the international public, the journal accepts to publish articles in English and/ or researches that took place in institutions from other countries, even non-francophone.

The first aim of the journal is to develop and publish research as well as the professionals’ thoughts on various and diversified clinical themes through the perception of psychotherapeutical practice in care institutions.  Through the editorial board but also because of its object of interest, our journal is multi-disciplinary and tries to feed the dialogue between practitioners of various horizons. Particularly interested by the theoretical and clinical heritage which nourishes these professions since decades, the Cliniques journal, created by clinical psychologists, is quite inclined to take into consideration the recent progress of the field as well as the innovations in care disposals and their evaluation. The scientific committee and the international reading board are mainly composed of professional clinicians and members of prestigious universities throughout the world. This brings a scientific guarantee through a double-blind validation. Well-established within the institutional reality of multi-disciplinary care, it offers a source of reference for professional care-givers, researchers and students.

 

The establishment of the Cliniques journal within institutional practice…

Initially, Cliniques is the artwork of a clinical study group established since 2004 by the Psychologists of the ORPEA CLINEA group, a group of private care institutions specialized in the care of physical and psychological dependency. First published as an internal journal through the name Paroles, it always offered a dialogue between the various fields of institutional caregiving. After five years of internal publication, Paroles became Cliniques  and enabled authors working in institutions to discuss their practice according to a psychological theme. The journal has now grown to be a place of debate and exchanges between professionals working in private, public and associative institutions. Cliniques now is part of the Association de Promotion des Soins Psychiques en Institutions (A.P.S.P.I., Association for the Promotion of Mental Health Care in Institutions), in order to give greater echo to the scientific work it sustains. In the same way, it organizes an annual scientific symposium and publishes acts.

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Editorial Board

Publication Director

Charlotte Costantino, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa des Pages - CLINEA, Psychoanalyst - SPP

Editorial Secretaries

Catherine Fourques, Clinical Psychologist, Résidence Klarène - ORPEA

Julie Platiau, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa Montsouris - CLINEA

Sophie Sudraud, College of Psychologists - ORPEA-CLINEA

Editorial Committee

Cécile Antigny, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa des Pages - CLINEA

Garance Belamich, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa des Pages - CLINEA

Sabrina Ben Bouazza, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique l'Isle - Le Moulin - CLINEA

Pierre-Georges Despierre, Clinique du Château de Villebouzin / Clinique L’Abbaye - CLINEA

Anaïs Devaux, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa des Pages - CLINEA

Catherine Ducarre, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Villa des Pages - CLINEA

Elisabeth Ferreira, Clinical Psychologist, Résidence Saint Rémy - ORPEA

Francis Katchadourian, Clinical Psychologist,  Clinique L’Abbaye - CLINEA

Blandine Laroche, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique Pont de Sèvres - CLINEA

Jamie Lenchantin, Clinical Psychologist, Résidence Le Clos des Lilas - ORPEA

Patrick de Saint-Jacob, Psychiatric Division Director - CLINEA

Mariane Veilleux, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique de l'Alliance - CLINEA

Xanthie Vlachopoulou, Clinical Psychologist, Clinique du Château de Bel Air - CLINEA

Scientific committee

Annick Bismuth (†), Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Dr. Alain Braconnier, Psychiatrist and Clinical Psychologist (Paris, France)

Pr. Anne Brun, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Lyon, France)

Dr. Pierre-Marie Charazac, Psychoanalyst and Psychogeratrican (Lyon, France)

Dr. Jean-Pierre Chartier (†), Psychology PhD and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Dr. Pierre Delion, Psychiatrist (Lille, France)

Stéphane Déroche, Clinical Psychologist (Mulhouse, France)

Dr. Michel Dugnat, Child and adolescent psychiatrist (Marseille, France)

Christophe Ferveur, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Dr. Patrice Huerre, Child and adolescent psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Pr. Philippe Jeammet, Child and adolescent psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Alain Lemosof, Psychanalyst (Paris, France)

Pr. Sylvain Missonnier, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Dr. J.-D. Nasio, Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Pr. Marie-Jean Sauret, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Toulouse, France)

Pr. Benoit Verdon, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Paris, France)

Pr. Jean-Michel Vives, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst (Nice, France)

Dr. Daniel Widlöcher, Psychiatrist, Psychology and Psychoanalysis PhD (Paris, France)

International reading committee :

Argentina : Pr Gabriel Lombardi, (Buenos Aires)

Belgium : Pr Jean Florence (Louvin) & Pr Véronique Delvenne (Brussels)

Brazil : Pr Mario Eduardo Pereira (Sao Paulo), Pr Marco Antonio Coutinho Jorge (Rio) & Pr Silvia Zornig (Rio)

Canada : Louis Brunet (Montreal), Isabelle Lasvergnas (Montreal) & Dominique Scarfone (Montreal)

China : Patrick Lemoine (Beijing)

Colombia : Pr Sylvia de Castro Korgi (Bogota) & Pr Gloria Patricia Pelaez (Medellin)

Costa Rica : Pr Laura Chacon (San Jose)

Germany : Pr Annette Streeck-Fischer (Berlin)

Hungary : Pr Zoltan Vass (Budapest)

Italy : Giovanni Guerra (Florence) & Pr Graziella Fava-Vizziello (Padua)

Luxembourg : Dr Christine Frisch-Desmarez (Luxembourg)

Mexico : Pr Julieta Abrego Lerma (Carmen)

Portugal : Dr Augusto Carreira (Lisbon)

Spain : Pr Pascual Palau (Valencia)

Switzerland : Pr François Ansermet (Geneva), Dr Rémi Barbe (Geneva), Pr Jean-Nicolas Despland (Geneva) & Dr Alejandro Rojas-Urrego (Geneva)

Turkey : Pr Tevfika Ikiz (Istanbul)

Uruguay : Victor Guerra (Montevideo)

Vietnam : Dana Castro (Hanoï)


Issues


La répétition : entre résistance et changement

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Les médiations : un dispositif thérapeutique ?

Mediations : a therapeutic device ?

Médiations, lien et symbolisation

Mediations, bonding and symbolization

L'acte : court-circuit ou relance ?

The act : short circuit or revival ?

Clinique de l'agir : décharge ou adresse objectale ?

Acting Out : Discharge or Object Intent?

La dépendance : de la fusion à la confusion

Dependency : from Fusion to Confusion

Dépendances avec fin, dépendances sans fin

Dependency with an End, Dependency without End

Ordres et désordres de l'oralité aux différents âges de la vie

Orality Orders and Disorders at Different Times of Life

Du traumatisme aux voies thérapeutiques possibles

From Trauma to Possible Therapeutic Paths

De la perte au renoncement

From Loss to Renunciation

Les enjeux de la pluridisciplarité

The Challenges of Multidisciplinarity

De l'effraction au traumatisme

From Intrusion to Trauma

Contenance et soin psychique

Containers and Psychic Care


About A.P.S.P.I


The Association for the Promotion of Mental Health Care in Institutions (A.P.S.P.I) aims to nourish the professionals’ thoughts on mental care in institutions in the psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatric, geriatric, somatic and functional rehabilitation fields.

The association works in favour of a dialogue between practitioners of various backgrounds. If the diversity of the approaches is privileged in the work it leads, they all are limited in the ethical and humanistic requirements of the institutional reality of plural work.


Contact

A.P.S.P.I.
Château de Villebouzin
Rue André Chermette
91310 Longpont-Sur-Orge

 accueil@apspi.net