In this article the author will present the "real" history of the ISCRA Institute in Modena, starting from the Milan Approach which, through the training at the Milan Center for Family Therapy, and the ongoing relationships with teachers Luigi Boscolo and Gianfranco Cecchin, has stimulated its evolution, culminated in the creation, together with Mauro Mariotti, of a Systemic Complex Model, both in clinic and psychotherapy training. The author will also underline the importance of the relationship with Carlos E. Sluzki and the influence he had on the ISCRA model. The author will finally stress the strong relationship that ISCRA has over time established with the Italian Institute of Relational Psychotherapy in Rome. The "truth" of this story relates to the beliefs, prejudices, feelings and emotions of its author.
Keywords: Milan Approach, complexity, biopsychosocial.