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Monserrat, A. Palacios, E. (2015). Contributions to the Link Perspective in Interventions with Families: Theoretical and Technical Aspects, and Clinical Application. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 5(1):76-88.

(2015). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 5(1):76-88

Contributions to the Link Perspective in Interventions with Families: Theoretical and Technical Aspects, and Clinical Application

Alicia Monserrat and Elizabeth Palacios

Working with families creates possibilities for thinking theoretically about how to approach treatment in a group. It also gives practitioners an opportunity to formulate hypotheses about how such a group works psychoanalytically and how psychic change can take place. In contemporary psychoanalysis there are numerous ways of thinking and many theoretical concepts that need to be thoroughly understood. Clinical material is described to illustrate how the current links between family members represent their conjoint past, as well as the difference between the projection of their inner worlds and the possibility of new dynamic links between family members. This work in family analysis can lead to changes for each of the family's members and to new relationships between them.

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