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Il Lausanne Trilogue Play clinico: dallo studio dell’intersoggettività nella famiglia alla valutazione clinica nella psicoterapia con genitori e figli
Journal Title: TERAPIA FAMILIARE 
Author/s: Togliatti Marisa Malagoli, Silvia Mazzoni, Lavadera Anna Lubrano, Anna Lisa Micci 
Year:  2009 Issue: 91 Language: Italian 
Pages:  16 Pg. 29-44 FullText PDF:  582 KB
DOI:  10.3280/TF2009-091003
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Il Lausanne Trilogue Play clinico: dallo studio dell’intersoggettività nella famiglia alla valutazione clinica nella psicoterapia con genitori e figli - Interest to adopt the intersubjectival optical, regarded by some researchers as having a motivational evolutionary function for the individual and the species (Stern, 2004; Liotti, 2008). Encourage the family to participate in intersubjective experience, based on the sharing of feelings, intentions and meanings - through a structured game like Lausanne Trialogue Play (LTP) - can observe and assess the family alliances analyzing the interaction and coordination of the family. Starting from these considerations, the authors propose in this work the LTP application in clinical context, building an appropriate way for the context in which it is applied. This procedure has allowed us to analyze the distribution of family alliances in a clinical family sample and the possible connection of family functioning in the presence of symptoms in their children. The work hypothesis is that the LTPc can offer advantages in the evaluation process of the family and also in the therapeutic process.
Keywords: Intersubjectivity; family observation; family alliance; psychotherapy, triadic, child development.

Togliatti Marisa Malagoli, Silvia Mazzoni, Lavadera Anna Lubrano, Anna Lisa Micci, in "TERAPIA FAMILIARE" 91/2009, pp. 29-44, DOI:10.3280/TF2009-091003

   

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