Issue 16 : January, 2019
ISBN : 9782749261614
The setting of institutions that take care of psychological suffering mainly serves to contain death anxiety such as the potentially disorganizing overflow of excitement. However, everyday life of these institutions can provoke alienation of those that are welcomed, separated from the narcissistic bases of their life outside and locked within a dependency situation. Like a mirror of this psychological suffering, the caregivers can also feel locked up within defensive rituals from which any meaning is deprived, but that prove the depression and splitting that freeze and exhaust any psychological life. What are the conditions necessary for an institution to not help defend itself from this instinctual threat but help welcome an emotional life, the spreading of transference and the possibility to introject another relationship to the environment ?
Michel BRIOUL, Pierre CHARAZAC, Charlotte COSTANTINO, Frédérique COUALLIER, Jean-Baptiste DESVEAUX, Catherine DUCARRE, Arlette DURUAL, Nicolas GOUGOULIS, Loïc JACQUET, Béatrice LABROUSSE, Anne-Laure LAMBERTON, Christine LOUCHARD CHARDON, Yves MORHAIN, Patrick PERRARD, Jean-Pierre PINEL
Patrick de Saint-Jacob
CONTAINING EVERYDAY VIOLENCE ...
Institutional Traumas, Jean-Pierre Pinel
Pandemonium, Violences and Restraints: teenagers’ everyday life in therapeutic and educational institutions, Jean-Baptiste Desveaux
Transforming a Crisis into an Opportunity: Every Day Work in a Crisis Center, Nicolas Gougoulis
OUT-THINKING CONFLICTS ...
Psychoanalysis in Psychiatric Institutions: Splitting, Conflict, Conflictuality, Catherine Ducarre
Educational Opportunities Stemming from Conflict in Everyday Therapeutic Work (child protection, child delinquency), Loïc JACQUET
Tyranny and Submission in the Relationship with Demented Elderlies, Christine Louchard Chardon et Yves Morhain
A Sufficiently Alienating Institution, or What makes an Encounter?, Béatrice Labrousse
About Oral and Anal Instincts in Nursing Homes, Pierre Charazac
THE INSTITUTION, A LIVELY PLACE NO MATTER WHAT...
An Institution, Eight Functions or how to find the way after going down the wrong pipe, Frédérique Couallier
Everyday Life in Institution. The Dance of Present Time, Michel Brioul
Surreptitiously Treating Patients » a focus group between conflict regulation and therapeutic support, Anne-Laure Lamberton
Everyday Life in Institutions, Arlette Durual et Patrick Perrard