Home PageArticolo rivistaThe setting in the territorial structures. The habitable setting

Saglio G.
Pubblicato nel numero: Year XXXXII January - June 2014 – Number 75 – SUPPLEMENT (contributions to XXIV Congr. SIPI “The settings in Individual Psychology", Turin, 2013)
Parole chiave: Network intervention, Residential treatment, Semi-residential treatment, Rehabilitation, Interpersonal, Habitative setting

The setting in the territorial structures. The habitable setting


Paper presented at the XXIV S.I.P.I. National Congress – “The settings in Individual Psychology”, Turin, 2013.

The full article is available for download in Italian only.

Summary. The setting of the therapeutic-rehabilitative semiresidential ways in the psychiatric territorial structures of Vercelli’s A.S.L corresponds to the offer of an experience of habitability in the group in charge. It is the subject with which the patient refers to, but also the interpersonal contest in which he moves along a network configuration. A psychorehabilitative space is constituted when it become habitable and we can consider that starting from living in a place, from the capability to live in a place we can learn how to make, in the sense of learning to do and think. The space/setting is the home that the patient recognizes to be his own. A home –in the Adler’s prospective- where he can open the maps and make projects, map out routes and consider finality and destination, look the stars and maintain the route during the navigation in the open sea


Share on