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Analisti genitori e pazienti bambini? Un’indagine retrospettiva
Autori/Curatori: Joyce Slochower 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2015 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  24 P. 9-32 Dimensione file:  127 KB
DOI:  10.3280/RPR2015-001002
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L’articolo presenta una rassegna retrospettiva dell’uso della metafora dello sviluppo infantile nel pensiero relazionale. Le prime critiche relazionali al modello del deragliamento evolutivo e l’accanimento delle autrici femministe contro il concetto di holding nel lavoro clinico spinsero i relazionali verso una raffigurazione del paziente come necessariamente adulto e del dialogo analitico come intersoggettivo per definizione. Nella mia prospettiva winnicottiana/relazionale ho ampliato il concetto di holding e ho proposto delle mediazioni che rendessero possibile la coesistenza fra holding e pensiero relazionale, esplorando in che modo la partecipazione dell’analista renda possibile l’esperienza dell’holding. Nel passare in rassegna e aggiornare i termini della polemica, l’autrice offre nuove idee sulla funzione clinica dell’holding nel tamponare il senso di vergogna.

Keywords: Deragliamento evolutivo, Winnicott, teoria relazionale, holding, intersoggettività, il paziente come bambino

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Joyce Slochower, in "RICERCA PSICOANALITICA" 1/2015, pp. 9-32, DOI:10.3280/RPR2015-001002


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