10 entretiens en psychologie clinique de l'adulte by Olivier Douville

By Olivier Douville

Cet ouvrage présente thirteen entretiens menés en psychologie clinique. Chaque entretien est organisé sur un même modèle : présentation de los angeles scenario clinique et de ses objectifs, exposé complet de l'entretien, dialogue de cet entretien et explicitation des mouvements psychiques du sufferer et du psychologue, développement des innovations et notions concernant certaines particularités cliniques en fonction des problématiques rencontrées.

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Il veut éviter de retomber, il compte sur les divers soignants et le système de protection sociale pour parvenir à cette fin. Revoir son médecin, obtenir une pension d’invalidité, travailler au noir sont sur le même plan que revenir consulter le psychothérapeute. Pour utiliser une formule triviale issue du parler lycéen, « il s’est fait un plan » pour soigner sa souffrance. Le psychothérapeute est attentif à plusieurs autres éléments du contenu du discours de ce patient : l’absence de permis de conduire pour un homme qui va de chantier en chantier dans toute la région, le refus apparent d’utiliser le téléphone.

En effet un clinicien en s’exprimant peut faire courir le risque de centrer le sujet sur ce qui le préoccupe, sur ce qui l’intéresse et donc de détourner le sujet de ce qu’il était en train d’adresser à un destinataire, le 26 10 ENTRETIENS EN PSYCHOLOGIE CLINIQUE DE L’ADULTE priver de la possibilité de s’entendre dire. Même si le clinicien part du discours du sujet, de son thème, de sa forme pour intervenir, il n’évacue pas la possibilité de s’en servir de pré-texte pour développer un texte qui lui appartient et du coup déposséder son interlocuteur de ses propres énoncés, recouvrir le texte de son patient.

En d’autres termes le soin psychique doit pouvoir être accompli jusqu’au terme que le patient définit, jusqu’aux termes qu’il choisit pour formuler un départ programmé par une fin choisie. Cette nécessité fait toujours loi et doit toujours primer sur le désir du psychothérapeute. Chercher à saisir ce qui pourrait déplaire ou désespérer reste œuvre de soin, elle laisse au soin le soin d’opérer en lieu et place de l’égocentrisme toujours renaissant du clinicien. Dans l’acceptation de ne pas mener à terme le soin prescrit, il pourrait subsister, au-delà de son terme apparent, un soin que le sujet se donnera sans recours au don de soi si illusoire du soignant.

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