Archives par mot-clé : Confinement

Vanessa De Matteis : voir ou habiter, l’écran du corps adolescent

Que vit un corps derrière l’écran ? L’écran sert autant à dévoiler qu’à masquer. Nous interrogerons au travers de deux vignettes cliniques de séance en visioconférence la question de la présence et de la circulation des sens de part et d’autre de l’écran. Voir le monde assis derrière son écran, est-ce véritablement la même chose que de prendre part à ce monde ? Voir ou habiter faudrait-il choisir ?

Adolescence, 2020, 40, 2, 295-308.

Aleksandra Pitteri, Frédéric Tordo : confinement et numérique comme d’un mimétisme traumatique

Le caractère inédit de la pandémie de la Covid a participé à l’affaiblissement des résistances psychiques mettant à jour bien souvent les vécus traumatiques jusqu’alors occultés. Dans ce contexte, le vécu traumatique a pu être sollicité à triple valence : par l’effet du confinement, par le recours omniprésent au numérique, et enfin par l’installation générale des téléconsultations dans les soins psychiques. Nous discuterons de cette sollicitation multiple du traumatique à la lumière de la compréhension du processus adolescent.

Adolescence, 2022, 40, 1, 193-204.

Aux risques du confinement

Le confinement a été un révélateur chimique de la qualité de relation des adolescents avec leurs parents. Certains se sont épanouis en vivant une disponibilité inattendue de leurs parents ; d’autres ont souffert d’être cantonnés dans une proximité pénible avec eux. Certains ont continué de se voir en groupe sans souci des précautions sanitaires. Des lockdown parties se sont tenues de manière clandestine, comme bien des fêtes après le déconfinement dans la même suspension des gestes de prévention. L’article analyse ces transgressions comme une manière de fabriquer de l’intensité d’être, dans l’ambivalence d’un « Je sais bien mais quand même ».

Adolescence, 2021, 39, 1, 57-68.

Joëlle Bordet : housing projects, place of refuge, risk of fixation.

Referring to our psycho-sociological research and to several years of reflexive interviews with adolescents, I analyze the way in which the housing project, a space for daily living and belonging, constitutes both a place of refuge and a risk of fixation. In the face of stigma, the adolescent peer group welcomes and protects; it also represents a place of confinement, both in the psychical sense and the sense of material survival. Getting out of the projects requires important steps made up of failures and successes. All leave this adolescent situation, the paths are many, and the recourse to Islam is more and more one of the ways.

Jacques Bourquin : a repeated story. detention centers for delinquent minors

Starting with the ambivalent way the delinquent minor is regarded, this article will show how at different times one favors either prevention and education or – because the delinquent is perceived more as a danger to society – exclusion and confinement.
A story that is continually being played out around the issue of « open » or « closed » institutions.

Daniel Oppenheim : the adolescents undergoing a treatment for a cancer and the feeling of confinement

The impression of being locked up in the world of illness, hospitals and medicine is part of what adolescents experience while undergoing treatment for cancer. This impression is exacerbated when they receive high-dose chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant in protective isolation. Confinement combines with and exasperates all aspects of their experience of cancer, especially the perturbation of their relationship with their body (which becomes strange or unfamiliar) and with others (withdrawal, flight, excessive demands, anger), of their sense of identity, difficulties in formulating and expressing their ideas, fear of thinking. Their parents are also upset. In order to help these adolescents live through this phase of their treatment and this confinement without being destabilized and, subsequently, to rid themselves of its psychical repercussions, psychoanalysts need to be sufficiently aware of the reality of this experience so that they can work on the elements of which it is composed and not on a rough definition of what it is and what phantasms it evokes. We describe first the elements involved in these treatments then the landmarks which can guide the psychoanalyst in these particularly difficult and complex situations.

Jean-Marie Delarue : inventory of places of confinement

Confinement of children in all its forms does not go without saying. With reference to three major legal texts and using her own professional experience as controller general of environments where individuals are deprived of freedom, the author offers a consideration of the different reasons given for the confinement of minors, the principles which are subject to debate and the different effects of such confinement.
Adolescence, 2013, 30, 4, 823-841.

Yves Morhain : the paradox of the « confinement » of adolescent et young adult murderers : between destructiveness and creativity

Today’s delinquency, characterized by aggression against the other, the counterpart, which is often sudden, indeed, an immediate, destructive explosion, belongs to the archaic which has to do with the subjective existence of the subject. Judicial approaches offer forms of social re-education and prevention, focused on the transgressive, disorganizing act rather than on the potential for starting over, lead to the « confinement » of these problematic adolescents and young adults, reproducing a stigmatization of the troublemakers within prison walls.
In what turns out to be an impasse, « confinement » can carry out and induce the dynamic of a passage, by establishing frameworks for therapeutic mediation which involve the violent adolescent in a work of psychical re-elaboration and in a relaunching of his subjective dynamic. This opens the way to constructive and creative drive satisfactions which are not just a place of release for these adolescents. These transformative spaces can lead to symbolization and put these youths back into a network of intersubjectivity, a community of exchanges enabling them to turns towards a space of possibilities.
Adolescence, 2013, 30, 4, 797-813.