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Repetition : from Resistance to Change ?

Issue 13 : June, 2017
ISBN : 9782749254890


« It is not as a memory that the forgotten reappears, but as an action. The patient repeats the act without knowing it is a repetition ». This is how Freud gave up on waiting for his patients to magically remember a forgotten trauma and decided to analyze the resistances themselves. What repeats itself becomes the actual psychological work: repetition is the trauma’s trace, the resistance to consciousness and simultaneously the key to psychological change, as long as it is possible to interpret what repeats itself and « give the patient enough time to master the resistance he ignored, to work-though… » In the same way, the care institution, because it is often a recourse for stories marked by trauma and break-through, is a place where repetition is consciously and unconsciously expressed. How is it then possible for the institution to not be caught up in resistance and repetition, for caregivers to help the institution become the stage of these changes ?

Authors

Bérangère BEAUQUIER-MACCOTTA, Claude CLOES, Charlotte COSTANTINO, Laurent DANON-BOILEAU, Diane DE - WAILLY, Michel DE M'UZAN, Patrick DE SAINT-JACOB, Marie ESCUDIE, Laurence EXERTIER, Isabelle GERNET, Céline HERVIEU, Pascale JEANNEAU-TOLILA, Monique MAYNADIER, Marie Emmanuelle MERIOT, Sylvain MISSONNIER, Luc MONNE DAO, Audrey POISSON, Damien POTTIER, Maud SERGENT, Jessica SHULZ, Marie-José SOUBIEUX

Table of contents

EDITORIAL

Patrick de Saint-Jacob

INTRODUCING THE THOUGHT

Charlotte Costantino

BACK TO BASICS

  1. « The Same and the Identical » Michel de M’Uzan

STAYING ALIVE FACING REPETITION

  1. « Repetition and Excitement: from Repeating the Identical to Repeating the Same » Laurent Danon-Boileau
  2. « Caregivers’ Counter-transference Tested through Repetition » Luc Monne Dao
  3. « Work and Repetition : from Suffering to Creativity » Isabelle Gernet
  4. « Beyond the Pleasure Principle in Transgenerational Repetition » Marie Escudie

THE INSTITUTION, A STAGE FOR REPETITION ?

  1. « A Clinical Story of Repetition and Psychosis » Pascale Jeanneau-Tolila
  2. « Repetition and Clinical Encounter » Monique Maynadier, Audrey Poisson, Damien Pottier
  3. « Repetition, from the Institutional Stage to the Private Psychological Scene : the Doors’ Waltz » Maud Sergent

REPETITION STORIES

  1. « Repetition or Working-Through During Pregnancy after a Medical Interruption of Pregnancy » Diane De WAILLY, Marie-José SOUBIEUX, Bérengère BEAUQUIER-MACCOTTA, Jessica SHULZ, Marie-Emmanuelle MERIOT, Sylvain MISSONNIER
  2. « The Function of Repetition in Addiction Clinic » Claude Cloes
  3.  « Repetition in Refugees’ Clinic » Céline Hervieu
  4.  « Play, repetition and representation in the work Life ? or Theatre ? from Charlotte Salomon » Laurence Exertier

 



See also




La répétition : entre résistance et changement

Repetition : from Resistance to Change ?

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

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