Mafia e psicoterapia: ricerca clinica ed empirica

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The research aims to explore the fundamentalist and psychopathological dimensions in the Mafia world in relation to how they appear in the set (ting) psychotherapeutic and experiences countertransference of psychotherapists who treat patients from mafia families. Will be reported clinical observations of cases belonging to the Mafia world in both the public and private sectors and the data relating to a research carried out on the psychotherapists of the southern regions. The research involved administering a questionnaire constructed ad hoc and tools Psychotherapy Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ; Bradley, Heim, & Westen, 2005; Tanzilli, Colli, De Bei, & Lingiardi, 2010) and Countertransference Questionnaire (CTQ; Betan, Heim, Zittel Conklin, & Westen, 2005; Tanzilli, Hills & Lingiardi, 2009), n. 37 psychotherapists of Sicily, Calabria and Campania. Correlational analyzes were performed to identify significant correlations between the transference feelings of the patients identified targets and processes payments countertransference of psychotherapists who work with them. The results show significant correlations between the transference and countertransference factors provided by the instruments, which opens up a broader reflection, theoretical and methodological, on care work with this particular patient group. Correlational analyzes were performed to identify significant correlations between the transference feelings of the patients identified targets and processes payments countertransference of psychotherapists who work with them. The results show significant correlations between the transference and countertransference factors provided by the instruments, which opens up a broader reflection, theoretical and methodological, on care work with this particular patient group. Correlational analyzes were performed to identify significant correlations between the transference feelings of the patients identified targets and processes payments countertransference of psychotherapists who work with them. The results show significant correlations between the transference and countertransference factors provided by the instruments, which opens up a broader reflection, theoretical and methodological, on care work with this particular patient group.
Original languageItalian
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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