The "chamber of recollections": from change to transformation

Canio Tedesco

therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome)

Canio Tedesco. Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, he has been engaged in the psychotherapy of psychosis for over 10 years in a therapeutic community for psychiatric patients in Latina (south of Rome). He also works in private practice in Rome as individual and group psychotherapist. His clinical practice is based on M. Fagioli’s Teoria della nascita (Human Birth Theory) and seminars known as Analisi Collettiva (Collective analysis).kanio.tedesco@gmail.com

Mirinda Ashley Karshan

Carlo Bo (Urbino)

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Roberto Zucchini

therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome)

Roberto Zucchini. Clinical psychologist specializing in psichotherapy, since 2010 he has been working in the therapeutic community for psychiatric patients Agorà Salus, in Latina (south of Rome). Since 2015 he has also been working for the Cooperativa Sociale di Psicoterapia Medica (Social Cooperative of Medical Psychotherapy), where he is engaged in the prevention and treatment of mental disorders in adolescents. His clinical practice is based on M. Fagioli’s Teoria della nascita (Human Birth Theory) and seminars known as Analisi Collettiva (Collective Analysis).zucchini.r@gmail.com

Abstract

Since the late Seventies the biopsychosocial model developed by G. L. Engel (1977) has become dominant in psychiatry. Although this model has highlighted the importance of a comprehensive approach to the patient, the paper... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Canio Tedesco (therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome))
  2. Gaia Esposito (therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome))
  3. Mirinda Ashley Karshan (Carlo Bo (Urbino))
  4. Matteo Reggio d'Aci (therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome))
  5. Roberto Zucchini (therapeutic community Agorà Salus (South of Rome))

Topic Area

Other group therapies

Session

SUAM PUP » Papers: Understanding Psychosis (09:15 - Sunday, 3rd September, Maths Building, Proudman Lecture Theatre)