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Rumore e silenzio. L'approccio della complessità nella psicoterapia ericksoniana. Seconda parte
Journal Title: IPNOSI 
Author/s: Fabio Carnevale 
Year:  2007 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  16 Pg. 19-34 FullText PDF:  125 KB

The relationship between the principles of the ericksonian therapy and the approach of the complexity can be read at least through three lens: the semiotic one, the technique one and the relational one. The possibility to evoke, to speed up and to use the hidden and extreme resources of the patients and their contexts represents founding elements of the ‘New Hypnosis’ (Araoz, 1985). Those extremes take, here, the names of Noise and Silence, like metaphors and signs in order to explore the infinite shadings of the psychotherapy. Moreover as I’ll try to show, presenting three clinical cases in the second part of this article- they constitute the core of the difference (Bateson, 1978;1984; Derrida, 1990; 1997; Deleuze; 1996), as primary factor of human knowledge.

Fabio Carnevale, in "IPNOSI" 1/2007, pp. 19-34, DOI:


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