Journal title TERAPIA FAMILIARE
Author/s Maria Chiara Gritti
Publishing Year 2018 Issue 2018/117 Language Italian
Pages 23 P. 47-72 File size 203 KB
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Affection addiction is one of the most wide spread pathologies of our time. An investigation in the theory reveal a deficiency of literature in affection addiction from a systemic prospective. A specific intervention method for this pathology has not yet been proposed. This relation describes the systemic group for affection addiction treatment called "Dipendiamo" which, starting from an "individual-familiar" prospecti- ve of the problem (Selvini, 2008), brings forth three new elements: the appli- cation of interventions aimed to promote both intra-psychic and inter-psychic dimensions of the subject, the use of non verbal techniques of systemic matrix and the organization of a rapid intervention and easily replicable. This method has been used experimentally on eleven groups of women with affection addic- tion both within a Familiar Clinic and a private clinic2. Follow-up studies con- firm the effectiveness of the treatment for the vast majority of the subjects who participate. The data shows a substantial improvement in issues such as the reduction of symptomatology involving affection, personal skill development and activation of resources within the familiar network.
Keywords: Affection addiction; systemic group treatment; integration between individual and family resources; systemic techniques; group setting.
Maria Chiara Gritti, Dipendiamo. Un trattamento sistemico di gruppo per la cura della dipendenza affettiva in "TERAPIA FAMILIARE" 117/2018, pp 47-72, DOI: 10.3280/TF2018-117004