An institution in four readings through a group activity: Mental Hygiene. Psychosociological clinical approach – Camelia SOPONARU

AN INSTITUTION IN FOUR READINGS THROUGH A GROUP ACTIVITY: MENTAL HYGIENE. PSYCHOSOCIOLOGICAL CLINICAL APPROACH

ORIGINAL TITLE: UNE INSTITUTION EN QUATRE LECTURES A TRAVERS UNE ACTIVITE DE GROUPE: L`HYGIENE MENTALE. APPROCHE PSYCHOSOCIOLOGIQUE CLINIQUE

Camelia SOPONARU

LUMENCopyright © 2008 – SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Book Series

FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 153          LANGUAGE: French

ISBN:  978-973-166-085-1

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The concept “institution” has been considered, for more than half a century, a privileged place of research and / or psychosocial intervention, the institutional analysis being practiced in France, since the 1940s by some psychiatrists. But the theory and practice of institutional analysis was founded and recognized through the 1970s, by those grouped in ARIP (Association pour la Recherche et l ‘Intervention Psychosociologiques) and around their journal, Connexions. Professor Jean Dubost (1973) considers that the term “institutional” began to designate “a new orientation”, an “original movement” capable of changing social practices and contributing to the development of different sectors of institutions. The institution has the power to establish and strengthen the links between individuals, has the power to create a community, to support and develop the desire to change social actors. (The author)


Topics of interest:

  • sociology
  • social psychology
  • clinical psychology

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