Come sopravvivere alla terapia familiare: l’integrità del terapeuta

Author/s Camillo Loriedo
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2006/24 Language Italian
Pages 16 P. 5-20 File size 213 KB
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The Systemic Professional Syndrome is described, in which the therapist begins the therapeutic process with great determination and directivity, but after a few session a model of behavior takes place that tends to be not lses passive than the psychoanalitic one, while a strong involvement with the family and its members gradually develops. Some suggestion are given to survive to this extreme involvement that families are able to produce, and that can put a systemic therapist at risk of burnout. A number of different approaches that could increase the family participation to the different therapeutic phases and diminuish the pressure placed on the therapist to induce a dramatic and immediate therapeutic change are presented. The principles and the techniques of therapeutic non-therapy will be illustrated Key words: systemic therapist, family therapy, burnout, therapeutic non-therapy

Camillo Loriedo, Come sopravvivere alla terapia familiare: l’integrità del terapeuta in "RIVISTA DI PSICOTERAPIA RELAZIONALE " 24/2006, pp 5-20, DOI: