UN PARENT SEUL, ÇA N'EXISTE PAS !

Abstract : Abstract The recent enthusiasm for organising “parent support groups”, that emerged with the development of policies and provisions to assist parenthood, leads us to question the epistemological principles that may usefully guide the procedures to implement and facilitate such clinical bodies. Participation by the author over more than twenty years in the “Parentel” association legitimises him in reporting on an original experience in terms of the lessons that can be drawn. It emerges that parent support groups, located as they are at the meeting point of prevention and care, effectively bring to the fore the fundamental issues of the parental function (on condition that sufficient attention is devoted to how things work out). Here too, psychoanalysis may orient clinical practice, as exerted by psychologists, in so far as it takes into account the intersubjective, meaning the social, dimension of the psyche.
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Daniel Coum. UN PARENT SEUL, ÇA N'EXISTE PAS !. Dialogue , Ramonville-Saint-Agne: Éd. Érès, 2018. ⟨hal-02125234⟩

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