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The Challenges of Multidisciplinarity

Issue 3 : March, 2012
ISBN : 9782749215952


Among all the expressions of suffering, the institution offers a variety of therapeutic cares: individual, collective, medical, psychological, functional… There is a multiplicity of approaches, a variety of visions brought onto the patient by the individual care offered in respect with his individuality. A plural approach is also what nourishes the caring dynamic and preserves the institutions of a too important uniformity/conformity. But if diversity can be quite productive, it can also lead to therapeutic fragmentation where each approach blocks out the following or can bring intense confusion to the roles and places and feed into the feeling of an identity insecurity: multidisciplinarity must therefore be set within a certain complementarity, with the coherence and respect of a certain continuity. This is the only guarantee for a patient to fulfill his unity lost within the internal disorganization he is going though. The notion of multidisciplinarity therefore implies a co-disciplinarity, a co-existence of knowledge, experience and competence of the different actors of the institutional stage, in order to follow the same horizon, above the theoretical and practical diversities.

Authors

Nicolas AMANN -  Garance BELAMICH -  Linda BENATTAR -  Alice CASAGRANDE - Jean-Pierre CHARTIER - Charlotte COSTANTINO - Anais DEVAUX - Catherine DUCARRE - Elisabeth FERREIRA - Steve GEYER - Carine GIBOWSKI - Eva LE BIHAN - Sylvain MISSONNIER - Fabienne PINILO - Philippe ZAWIEJA

Table of contents

Editorial. P de Saint Jacob

Introduction by the Editorial Board

 

On the Threshold of Case Management

The Negatives of Psychiatry: the Place of the Psychologist in a Psychiatric Clinic. C. Ducarre

The Complementarity of Professionals of the Mind and Professionals of the Body. S. Missonnier

A Third Space for Intersecting Professions: Drafting an Ethical Charter in an Institution. A. Casagrande

 

Institutional Itineraries

With and for Their Patients, Multidisciplinary Teams on the Move . . . E. Le Bihan

Institutional Life in Nursing Home: a Place for All and Each in Its Place. C. Gibowski

 

Clinical Crossroads

From Pluridisciplinarity to Transdisciplinarity. J.P. Chartier

Co-leading a Therapeutic Mediation Group: Sensimage®. N. Amann and A. Devaux

On the Institutional and Multidisciplinary Care Management of an Adult with Autism. F. Pinilo

 

On the Frontiers of Care

What Is Manifest and Latent in Healthcare Team Transmissions. G. Belamich and C. Costantino

The Psychologist in a Psychiatric Unit. Ethics and Written Transmissions in the Patient File. S. Geyer

Professionalism Tested by Alzheimer’s Disease. P. Zawieja, E. Ferreira and L. Benattar



See also




Les fonctions de la répétition

Repetition’s Functions

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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