The author envisions the register of the political as a dimension inseparable from the encounter between the therapist and the adolescent. At once instigator of a function that mobilizes thought, and promoter of the “ bonding “ value, pedagogue and safeguard, the psychotherapist for adolescents recognizes the conditions specific to this encounter. By the multifaceted definition that acknowledges for himself, he risks expressing his own relation to the organized, which lays the foundation for a living-together and makes possible a relation between thinking and speaking subjects. What is at stake in the encounter with the adolescent coincides, in fact, with the confirmation or the discovery of an inter-subject capacity. In this sense it is also, at its most developed, political.