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See detailUne modélisation de la communauté rigide
Dessoy, Etienne; Stassart, Martine ULg; Courtois, Anne et al

in Thérapie Familiale (2005), 26(1), 19-35

This paper is a modeling of the rigid community or clan which the organizing core is a «hidden antagonism». The family beliefs cluster the members around a joint project related to appearing and to having ... [more ▼]

This paper is a modeling of the rigid community or clan which the organizing core is a «hidden antagonism». The family beliefs cluster the members around a joint project related to appearing and to having it. But a subsystem develops and reintroduces a difference in this monolith. This subsystem is based on elements related to being and feeling, but also to ambiance, spirituality, aesthetics, suffering and pathology. This « hidden opposing » force dissimulated in the family « underground » remains unknown but works with an equal power to sustain the community unity. However, it uses radically different means than the dominating subsystem. Although each subsystem thinks it supports the system unity, it is more the conjunction of the two of them (in a hidden antagonism) that is the organizing principle of the clan. Cet article présente une modélisation du clan dont le principe organisateur est un « antagonisme caché ». Les croyances familiales unissent l'ensemble des membres autour d'un projet commun lié au paraître et à l'avoir. Mais un sous-système se construit, qui réintroduit une différence dans ce monolithe, à partir de valeurs proches de l'être et de l'éprouvé, des valeurs liées à l'ambiance, à la spiritualité, à l'esthétique, à la souf¬france et à la pathologie. Ce sous-système appelé «contestant caché », dissimulé dans le maquis familial, n'est reconnu par personne, et pourtant il agit avec autant de puissance que l'autre sous-système appelé « dominant», pour soutenir l'unité de la communauté, mais par des moyens radicalement opposés à ceux du sous-système «dominant». <br />Le processus organisateur du clan est donc animé par un antagonisme caché entre deux sous-systèmes dont chacun tente d'imposer ses propres moyens de produire l'unité, alors que le clan se nourrit de leur lutte sous-jacente. [less ▲]

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See detailParentification-infantilisation: le processus d'individuation de la mère d'Anne
Dessoy, Etienne; Stassart, Martine ULg; Courtois, A., Anne et al

in Thérapie Familiale (2005), 26(1), 37-53

Summary: Parentification – infantilization. The individuation process of Anne’s mother. – The research on the double bind context helps us understand the individuation process of mothers who are described ... [more ▼]

Summary: Parentification – infantilization. The individuation process of Anne’s mother. – The research on the double bind context helps us understand the individuation process of mothers who are described as parentified and whose child seems to present borderline or psychotic problems. In a previous paper, we presented a study on double bind between those mothers and their child. This aim of this present paper is to develop the transgenerational aspects of those family patterns. The paper will describe the individuation process of the parentifed mother based on the position she had in her own family, the way she grew up and progressively developed. We will examine her functions towards each of her parents and as well as towards her sibling. We will focus on different elements such as contact style, patterns of interaction in the creation of an «experiencing world» that is so crucial in double bind process. This paper is the last of four. Their all tried to expand the area of double bind by clarifyinging the Bateson’s metaphor about the double bind as the only visible part of an iceberg. Further than a logical conceptual organization for double bind patterns, the aim of this paper is to provide therapists with a methodological tool they could use as a map which is co-created with the family to progressively reveal the good reasons for this pathological situation to be and question its pertinence in the family today. [less ▲]

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