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(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976: Panel on Sociotherapy with Delinquents. Armand Hustinx, et al. Pp. 569-617.. Psychoanal Q., 46:711-712.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXX, 1976: Panel on Sociotherapy with Delinquents. Armand Hustinx, et al. Pp. 569-617.

(1977). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 46:711-712

Psyche. XXX, 1976: Panel on Sociotherapy with Delinquents. Armand Hustinx, et al. Pp. 569-617.

A. Hustinx traces the genesis of delinquent behavior and emphasizes damages sustained in the process of socialization. These result in an incapacity for satisfying object relations. The therapeutic prison community is designed with this deficit in mind. A. Rengelink describes the transformation of the traditional penal institution with cells into a psychiatric hospital for young delinquents. Here graduated attempts are made to eliminate the patients' difficulties regarding relationships within a practice-field offering different opportunities. P. Brinkman sketches the administrative organization of the hospital, the training of staff, problems of security, and the planning of new building construction. A. A. Warmerdam presents the principles according to which the intensive care sections of the clinic approach their sociotherapeutic work: activation of patients toward cooperation and independence; assignment to each patient of a "companion" whose interventions are addressed to the current situation. H. Harders reports on the typical day of a sociotherapist in an open ward—from surveillance to therapy. J. W. Reicher characterizes "developmental psychopathy" as a narcissistic disturbance in the transitional phase between pleasure and reality principle. The therapy begins with the acknowledgment of the patient's subjective reality and leads to "confrontation."

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(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976. Psychoanal. Q., 46:711-712

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