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Chambrier-Slama, J. (2016). Évaluer les psychoses avec la COP 13, Une clinique organisée des psychoses [Evaluating psychoses with Cop 13: An organized clinical treatment of psychoses] by Victor Souffir, Serge Gauthier, and Bernard Odier Dunod, Paris, 2011. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 97(5):1454-1459.

(2016). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 97(5):1454-1459

Évaluer les psychoses avec la COP 13, Une clinique organisée des psychoses [Evaluating psychoses with Cop 13: An organized clinical treatment of psychoses] by Victor Souffir, Serge Gauthier, and Bernard Odier Dunod, Paris, 2011

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Josiane Chambrier-Slama

Victor Souffir, Serge Gauthier and Bernard Odier, psychoanalysts working in a psychiatric capacity at the Association de Santé Mentale in the 13th arrondissement in Paris where psychoanalysis remains a reference-point, pioneered an original clinical research project approximately two decades ago. With psychiatrists lacking a common theoretical foundation for psychopathology and in the hope of introducing greater rationality into therapeutic strategies with psychotic patients, the authors developed a new method of clinical description, COP 13, starting with theoretical and practical contributions from their three fields of expertise - classical psychiatry, community psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

Their work, published in 2011 by Dunod in a book entitled Évaluer les psychoses avec la COP 13, Une clinique organisée des psychoses, puts forward a comprehensible reorganization of ‘current clinical practice’, based on revised theoretical foundations and deeply rooted in clinical practice.

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