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Place de l’objet comme support du processus délirant dans la rencontre intersubjective

Abstract : This article underlines the possibility to think the clinical work with psychotic patient from concrete external objects. Through an encounter with a schizophrenic patient, Georgia, the authors show at the same time that the concrete object may serve as deposit as delirious process in the therapy, and that it acts as interface between subjects of the encounter. Indeed, concrete object, as a relational intermediary, becomes the prop of affects that can’t be up dated and verbalized yet in the acquaintance. So, different functions of the object of relation are emphasized, especially this to represent a state of relation at a moment. This work also brings out the evolution and transformation of the concrete object in comparaison with the evolution of delirious process in intersubjective relation.
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Sophie Barthélémy, Guy Gimenez. Place de l’objet comme support du processus délirant dans la rencontre intersubjective. Revue Française de Psychiatrie et de Psychologie Médicale, 1289-2130, 2003, VII (69), pp.7-10. ⟨hal-01384190⟩



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