The author, after a synthetic premise addressing the major experiences in the relational-systemic area in the early psychotic stages, deepens the therapeutic approach of public mental health services in Finland. These experiences, which began at the end of the sixties with Alanen, took a new impetus and achieved excellent clinical results in the context of the clinical intervention, thanks to the work coordinated by Seikkula, in Lapland. This work focused on the individual with psychotic onset, his family and social context which prove to be emotionally significant. The Open Dialogue Approach is then enhanced compared to the trial that has been launched in Italy through several DSMs.
Keywords: Open Dialogue Approach; Family Therapy; Reflecting Team; Self-Healing Tautology.