Training in psychoanalytic couple and family therapy in France

Journal title INTERAZIONI
Author/s Rosa Jaitin, Philippe Robert
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2023/2
Language Italian Pages 12 P. 87-98 File size 195 KB
DOI 10.3280/INT2023-002008
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The first psychoanalytic couple and family therapy training associations were set up in France in the early 1980s. At the time, there were various influences, such as the sys-temic approach, mother-baby work and couple therapy. Among the pioneers were Jean Lemaire and André Ruffiot. Over time, the psychoanalytical approach to groups, follow-ing the work of Didier Anzieu (1985) and René Kaës (1976; 2007; 2015), became in-creasingly influential in both theoretical and clinical terms. There are now more than a dozen training associations, each with its own specific history, but all of which engage in frequent and fruitful exchanges. This article looks at the current state of the training pro-cess in France from a clinical perspective. Different frameworks are discussed, with a particular focus on online training.

Keywords: training, couple and family, psychoanalysis, process, France.

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Rosa Jaitin, Philippe Robert, La scuola francese in terapia psicoanalitica della coppia e della famiglia in "INTERAZIONI" 2/2023, pp 87-98, DOI: 10.3280/INT2023-002008