International Journal of

Psychology and PsychoanalysisISSN: 2572-4037


 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4037.1510047

Some Considerations on the Continent/Content Theory in Psychoanalytic Technique

Julián Andrés Naranjo Orozco

Article Type: Psychoanalytic Technique | First Published: December 21, 2020

The methodological strategy to achieve these objectives is the comparison/contrast between the instruments of this work: 1) Extracts of practical or concrete cases of subjects and patients; 2) Topics, subtopics, and/or problems proposed by Bion and other authors of psychoanalysis. This comparison/contrast will give us results on the applicability or not of the continent/content theory to the themes and problems of the cited authors and to the populations that are represented by each contemplatio...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4037.1510046

Patients with Multiple Sclerosis in Psychotherapy: Processes of Meaning Making and Self Transformation

Evangelia Fragkiadaki, Fotios Anagnostopoulos, Sofia Triliva, Maria Angnostouli and Ilia Theotoka

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: July 15, 2020

Recent empirical literature on autoimmune diseases has focused extensively on the implementation and evaluation of psychosocial interventions. Psychotherapy and counselling processes for multiple sclerosis (MS) have gained special attention given the cognitive and behavioral dimensions of the symptoms as well as their unpredictable course. The current study aims to gain a deeper understanding of the meaning making processes for persons with MS (PwMS) who are in psychotherapy treatment....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4037.1510045

Teaching Communication Skills in Children and Adolescents with Severe To Profound Neurodevelopmental Disorders through Aided-Alternative and Augmentative Strategies

Fabrizio Stasolla

Article Type: Editorial | First Published: March 14, 2020

Children and adolescents with severe to profound neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, rare genetic syndromes) may have intellectual, motor, and sensorial delays. Additionally, they may experience communication difficulties and exhibit isolation, passivity, and withdrawal. Challenging behaviors (e.g., aggression, impulsivity, stereotypic movements, and tantrum behavior) may occur. Their clinical conditions may seriously hamper thei...

Volume 6
Issue 1