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La détresse psychologique de la mère et ses besoins d'accompagnement à la suite du dévoilement de l'agression sexuelle de son enfant
Child sexual abuse is a prevalent social problem. The ratio of sexual abuse victims who are minor is considerable (Pereda, Guilera, Forns, & Gómez-Benito, 2009) While child sexual abuse has been associated with a number of various consequences in childhood, research also shows that they tend to pers...
Neurobiological characteristics of resilience and susceptibility to post-traumatic stress disorder with mouse models including the use of psychoactive substances (alcohol and cocaine)
Following exposure to traumatic events, only a small proportion of individuals (susceptible individuals) develops post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), while the others remain weakly affected (resilient individuals). In susceptible individuals, there is a high rate of co-morbidity with substance us...
Sensorimotor recovery after central and peripheral nervous system injury : use of biomaterials and stem cells
The central and peripheral nervous systems can be subject to numerous traumas with significant impact on health and quality of life of patients. However, although the nervous system exhibits post-traumatic plasticity, complete recoveries are rare. In order to improve post-traumatic recovery, one of...
Kaltoum at cake hospital: Infant anorexia in a transcultural clinic
This post-event analysis of the material of large group transcultural psychotherapies, over a period of one year, shows the clinical evolution of a complex anorexia of the infant and helps to better understand the genesis of disorders. From perinatal to the child’s ancestor, from appointment to tran...
Personal reconstruction and social criticism. Policy challenges in the reintegration of ex-combatants through agriculture
National audience Some current arrangements for the care of people with mental disorders promote the idea that land work can have a therapeutic effect. Is the expression of such expectations towards agriculture merely a contemporary reinvention of forms of social control, or does it, on the contrary...
Influence of prenatal hospitalisation on stressors
But. — Investigate the influence of pre-natal hospitalisation prior to a pre-marital birth on parental stress factors and parent-child relationships during hospitalisation in neonatology and on symptoms of parental post-traumatic stress. Population and methods. — Population: 51 premature children an...
The traumatic arch
Bringing Imaging (TDI) has become a central tool for detecting post-traumatic sequelae reaching suspected white fibres at a purely clinical level. We report three cases where the clinical examination has led us to consider post-traumatic lesions of the spicy in patients. Beyond the articulation betw...
Transgenerational transmission of lines acquired by epigentics
The recent discovery of epigenetic mechanisms associated with early stress makes it possible to question from a new angle the complex question of the aetiology of mental illnesses and the transgenerational transmission of acquired traits. This article, which aims to inform mental health professional...
Emotional and traumatic mandalas
How in our therapeutic work, dealing with the painful experiences of our severely traumatised patients, without getting caught or injuring the victim once again? It is with this concern and in the face of many of our patients who find themselves in a single feeling that invaded everything, to their...
The shadow of the Falling Man as an end of (im)mediate trauma
Twelve years after 9/11, one needs to differentiate between the so-called “9/11 novel” and the “Post-9/11 novel”. Based on Jonathan Safran Foer’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2005) and Jess Walter’s novel The Zero (2006), this essay describes the development away from a compulsive reproducti...
Risk factors for the development of post-traumatic stress disorder after flooding: a review of the literature.
From identifying the persistence of the colonial to work: the socio-clinical analysis of stories of supporters or members affiliated to the anti-racist association Les Indivisible
presents the method which has led me to identify the imaginary meanings leading to the saturation of racist representative constructions in metropolitan France. In a clinical psychosocial approach, my investigation at Les Indivisible — from its creation in 2007 to its rebirth in 2012 — based on hist...
The end of the analysis: a birth process
The author develops the idea that, for some patients, the end of the analysis can in the future lead to the resurgence of early trauma caused by awareness of irreversible separation, such as birth for babies. Specific post-analytical support is therefore needed to develop this traumatic suffering. T...
When history is repeated
The repetition in a story is a priori difficult to see, especially since aesthetic modernity, as opposed to stereotypes and other gender rules which are necessarily repetitive. However, since the 19th century, there has been a popular pan (police, science-fiction, cinema, comic strip, television ser...
Tagging My Tears and Fears: Text-mining the Autoethnography
This article, which was presented for the first time at CSDH/SCHN 2018, outlines a mixed methodology that combines digital text-mining techniques, like XML tagging and topic modelling, with autoethnography. In this article, I describe my intimate and rocky relationship with my data, referred to as m...
Des adolescents en guerre
`titrebAdolescents at war`/titrebAdolescents participate in wars, they are actively involved and at the same time vulnerable. Individual development happens through the processes of adolescence even in the context of war. The vulnerability of these adolescents is due to the fact that the inner trans...
Gambling as a therapeutic mediation. Treatment of a 4-year-old child under the femicide protocol
We present the case of a 4-year-old child, paediatric care at the Robert Ballanger Inter-communal Hospital Centre, as part of the femicide protocol, after she witnessed her father’s attempt to homicide her mother. We first detail the clinical observation during the intervention of the paedopsychiatr...
Can lockdown encourage the emergence of traumatic or psychotic symptoms?
the current epidemic has led a large part of the world’s population to confine themselves and become socially isolated for several weeks. The psychological effects of quarantine experiments have been described in the literature mainly in terms of depressive symptoms, stress, anxiety, or sleep disord...
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThis text is the transcript of a seminar on traumatic neurosis held in 1993-1994 at the Kosevo Hospital in Sarajevo, during the seat and bombing of the Bosnian capital. The psychiatry service was overwhelmed by a considerable number of patients with a Post-Traumatic Stress Diso...
Study on the post-traumatic epilepsy of the child
Negotiating Identity : french Film Noir Facing the Upheavals of Post World War II France (1946-1960)
Although the term « film noir » is generally associated with Hollywood cinema, this generic label was originally coined in France in reference to French films made in the 1930s, and the « noir » genre defines a transnational form which circulated between Europe and Hollywood. We intend to study « no...
Post-traumatic stress and therapeutic alliance with unaccompanied minors
The quest for extreme risks
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn this article, the author assumes that the search for extreme risks — a deliberate and continuous search for dangerous events with strong emotions — may become a pathological behavioural addiction. The article suggests a model for interpreting extreme risk taking and compares...
COVID-19, one year after: who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder?
Monique Benoit and Marc Trottier, Violence against women and post-traumatic stress: the Witness Statement of Women in Sudbury, Publishing of Speech, 2018, 208 p.