By Gilles Amado, Leopold S. Vansina
This quantity follows the 1st booklet within the Harold Bridger sequence, "Transitional method of Change". The chapters within the ebook conceal a variety of contributions that focus round 4 subject matters: transitional switch in healing groups, in operating meetings for pro improvement or education, in enterprise consulting with an emphasis on organizational studying, and in self experiences of operating structures in motion. In some of these psychic actions "time and house" used to be created to permit for transitional methods to develop into alive. A therapist, a supervisor, a specialist or a layman may perhaps create stipulations that facilitate or prevent people to develop into engaged in those general, fit procedures, however the folks involved adopt the fundamental psychic work.
"It is encouraging to note that an increasing number of scientific associations, businesses or even specialist institutions have gotten conscious of the real and intricate interactions among psychic methods and organisational realities. The engagement in transitional strategies, even if, calls for braveness. braveness that's right to any pursuit of fact and social justice. now and then, this seek generates pleasure, at different instances we develop into scared by means of the realities we find. occasionally we have to solid apart sure realities to visualize and invent new issues and for that reason face them back to make potent use of no matter what we created. Society and humans want such targets of fact and social justice for actual improvement. The braveness it takes to develop into engaged is barely matched by means of the braveness to dwell with the consequences." -- From the Introduction
Contributors: Gilles Amado, Rina Bar Lev Elieli, Harold Bridger, Caroline Drevon, Ernest Frugé, J. Alan Marc Horowitz, Dominique Lhuilier, Derek N. Raffaelli, Rafael Ramirez, Dominique Rolland, André Sirota, Marie-Jeanne Vansina-Cobbaert, Leopold S. Vansina
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All were military personnel, with the professional staff in various therapeutic roles. The issues arising were not dealt with explicitly but appeared in stressful and rationalized forms, as when decisions had to be made concerning the return of men to the armed forces or to civilian life. It is important to consider how far the professional staff member’s own purposes, values, and approach to treatment were affected by the wartime environment. In the community and organizational life of today such problems and choices may not appear so sharply, but they are just as real and critical.
Of course it was not intended to make people acquainted with group and organizational dynamics. Yet, later on, I often said that in fact patients got that learning experience as an extra sideline from taking part in the different types of group activities. I often wondered if this “extra” was one of the reasons why it seemed so easy for them to find interesting work when they left the hospital, even at times when jobs were rather scarce. The basic objective of the department, however, was to provide a setting that allowed people to develop in such a way that they could be content with themselves, and would not need to be readmitted to a mental hospital in the future.
The purpose of this meeting was to discuss whatever had been going on. Amado/1st correx 27/10/04 11:14 am Page 45 A THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY 111 2 3 4 5 6 711 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 211 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 911 45 A “community meeting” (with around forty-two participants) was held once a week for one hour. The four small groups of residents and the whole of the staff (with exception of the supervisor) attended these community meetings. The purpose was to talk about the whole community.