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The opening days of the COIRAG school: the opening move. Reports of the COIRAG school’s branches in Milan, Rome and Padua
Journal Title: GRUPPI 
Author/s: Alessandra Malmesi, Samir Koshakji, Simone Schirinzi, Silvia Formentin, Matteo Albertinelli 
Year:  2018 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  15 Pg. 146-160 FullText PDF:  181 KB
DOI:  10.3280/GRU2018-001010
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In January, every COIRAG School’s banches organizes a seminar to inaugurate and open the new academic year, inviting prestigious professionals to dialogue on topics that allow to unite who is connected to COIRAG, including students, teachers and members of the COIRAG’s Confederate Organizations. In this article we propose the reports of these days of the branches in Milan, Rome and Padua. The Milan office inaugurated the year introducing the theme of the psychotic states of the mind and how this has to do with the psychotherapist both as a professional and as a person. In Rome, the focus was on the concept of Analytical Field, both in the dual analytic relationship and in the group one, to affirm that the field of care is above all psychosensory. Finally, the Padua office focused on the role of supervision, individual or group, and the supervisor in learning the profession of psychotherapist, highlighting the tasks, but also the emotions that this relationship can create.
Keywords: Opening, Psychosis, Analytical field, Supervisor, Psychoterapist.

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Alessandra Malmesi, Samir Koshakji, Simone Schirinzi, Silvia Formentin, Matteo Albertinelli, The opening days of the COIRAG school: the opening move. Reports of the COIRAG school’s branches in Milan, Rome and Padua in "GRUPPI" 1/2018, pp. 146-160, DOI:10.3280/GRU2018-001010

   

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