Dr. Sergio Romano, Psychology Psychotherapy, Psychodrama

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European agreement on stress at work

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Psychology | 0 comments

European Agreement of 8 October 2004 EUROPEAN AGREEMENT ON STRESS AT WORK (8/10/2004) (Agreement signed by CES – European sindacato; SINGLE-"Confindustria Europe"; UEAPME – European association of craft and SMEs; CEEP – European association of the companies owned by the public and of general economic interest) Brussels 8 October 2004 1. Introduction job stress is considered, international, European and national, a problem both by the employers and the employees. Having identified the need for ....

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Psychodrama as analysis through the group

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Analytical groups | 0 comments

Julius Gasca psychodrama ANALYSIS THROUGH THE GROUP AS in: Analytic Psychodrama, n. 0, December 1992, Turin. "What contributes contrasts and elements that disagree you have the most beautiful harmony" (Heraclitus) The specific trait that characterizes the psychodrama group over other techniques is the development of the discourse of the group itself through the constant dialectic between two floors: that the expression of verbal and dramatic presentification. The talk of a member of the group or the group in her. ...

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Using the fairy tale in psychotherapy

Posted by on Feb 15, 2013 in Parents and children, Psychology | 0 comments

Utilizzo della fiaba in psicoterapia

Sergio Romano The fairy tale You choose to use the fairy tale about the possibility of bringing the inner world of children that it offers. It can be considered as the representation of the inner dynamics of the subject that produces The origin of fairy tales is as old as the world; just think that before the invention of writing the transmission of mythical tales took place orally and many of the stories that have come down to us today are numerous versions, none of which is probably considerable than the official,...

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Puss in Boots: a reflection.

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Child and analysis, Psychology | 0 comments

Il gatto con gli stivali: una riflessione.

Puss in Boots from "Puss in Boots", Perrault Bettelheim, points out that even in this fairy tale that differs a bit 'from the other as the hero guarantee success defrauding, important are the facts in themselves, because what matters is that in this case the hope that it offers is that even the most humble can do it. Here I would like to propose a reflection. Referring to what I have argued above with respect to the changes that a culture can be affixed to the stories, I think even the interpretation of..

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A group fairy tale with children: description of work phases

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Child and analysis, Parents and children, Analytical groups | 0 comments

Un gruppo fiaba con bambini: descrizione delle fasi di lavoro

Sergio Romano Phases of the activity of the group in question is marked temporally in the following way: After the entrance of the participants: 1. Rite input 2. Tale of a Fairy Tale 3. Dramatization of the story 4. Picture 5. Rite output Let's see in detail the individual steps. The rite of admission and was chosen as the entry rite into the island that there is. The children take turns up on a small wooden ladder 3 steps and pause a few seconds on the uppermost ledge before jumping, ....

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Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Child and analysis, Parents and children, Analytical groups | 0 comments


THE group process by Sergio Romano. One of the basic factors to consider in groups composed of the children is the asymmetry that characterizes the relation of adults and children, that is experienced differently according to age. It seems clear, however, that all phenomena that arise in the life of a group of children do not necessarily correspond to the same found in the groups of adults. Group relations are present during the evolution of life of the child and the trend towards grouping features a...

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Il bambino nella prospettiva psicoanalitica: the different points of view.

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Family, Parents and children, Psychology | 0 comments

Il bambino nella prospettiva psicoanalitica: i diversi punti di vista.

Di Sergio Romano L’inizio dell’adattamento della famiglia al bambino coincide con l’inizio di una migliore comprensione di se stessi da parte dei genitori, in that way ta start to get some idea of ​​the psychic life of adults. Until now seemed satisfied that the parents knew by instinct how to educate their children, although a German saying says the opposite: "It is easier to become a father than to be". Sandor Ferenczi, 1921 Riferimenti storico-teorici Che...

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The philosophy and the concept of body

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in The body, Psychology | 0 comments

Body body o, chair and corpus: the philosophy and the concept of body. Interview with Mauro Carbone by Claudio Rozzoni and Matteo Bianchetti may, to begin, explain by what path and through which authors (not only philosophers) the notion of the body has become central in much of the twentieth century philosophy? It's not so much the notion of the body generally intended to become central to the philosophy of the twentieth century. Are, more specifically, the concepts of "animated body" and "lived" as they say...

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Methodology and context of the work of Rene Spitz

Posted by on Oct 4, 2011 in Psychology | 0 comments

Metodologia e contesto del lavoro di Renè Spitz

Di Sergio Romano Spesso Spitz nelle sue pubblicazioni, touches on topics rather controversial in psychoanalysis, taking precise positions concerning the. He advocates the use of direct observation to study the child in its first year of life, combined with experimental methods of psychoanalysis. This contrasts with a traditional method of studying the processes of development, which makes use of a sort of reconstructive method of such processes by observing the successive stages. When, eg, scrive il primo anno di vita,...

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