Archives par mot-clé : Transitionality

Aymeric Philonenko: the adolescent and his family in the throes of paradoxality

A metapsychological reading of the phenomena of the double bind and psychic paradox enables us to understand how important they are in the psychic (de)structuration of the subject, and to elaborate upon manifestations of transference and counter-transference that they entail, which are a major issue in therapy. Lastly, the concept of paradox enables us to put back to work – and back “in play” – issues of limits and boundaries in adolescence.

Adolescence, 2020, 38, 1, 177-189.

Bernard Guillot : computer-assisted psychotherapy, PsyaO

PsyaO, “ computer-assisted psychotherapy ”, is legitimized when the virtual game, by stimulating faulty insight, provides an imaginary dynamic graft that can awaken the numbed depressive or the child who is failing out of school … The parent can be reinserted via the ludic interactive relation that liberates vital energy through the pleasure shared with the therapist.