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    Psicoterapia con gli autistici?

    Ciao a tutti, mi hanno presentato un caso di una ragazza autistica di 13 anni con attacchi di panico......come affrontarlo??? ho diversi dubbi e vorrei un vostro aiuto! io frequento una scuola cognitivo-comportamentale!

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    Postatore OGM L'avatar di willy61
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    Riferimento: Psicoterapia con gli autistici?

    Il regolamento impedisce di dare indicazioni sui casi. Peraltro io seguo una scuola differente dalla tua e non conosco a sufficienza la psicoterapia cognitivo comportamentale per dirti come potresti operare.
    Quel che posso fare è darti alcune indicazioni bibliografiche di descrizione di trattamenti con bambini autistici. Ti dò l'abstract. Gli articoli completi te li posso spedire o li puoi scaricare dall'area riservata dell'Ordine Nazionale degli Psicologi.

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    "Playful" therapy: working with autism and trauma. By: Barrows, Paul. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, Sep2004, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p175-186, 12p Abstract: This paper proposes that psychoanalytic psychotherapy can be a helpful form of treatment for certain autistic children. Some of the misconceptions surrounding this kind of treatment are discussed. The literature identifying a particular sub-group of autistic children is then reviewed and the characteristics of this group, and the relationship of their difficulties to early trauma, are described. Using clinical material from work with a child who probably fell within this sub-group, and who had very marked autistic features, the paper illustrates the importance of the therapist taking an active role in the therapy and how this helped the child to emerge from his withdrawn state. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of introducing themes of aggression, and of this being done in a playful way. The impact of trauma on children's development, with particular reference to the acquisition of language, is considered. The role of sibling rivalry as a factor is emphasised. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/08037060410024005 (AN 14573755)

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    Teaching VOCA Use as a Communicative Repair Strategy. By: Sigafoos, Jeff; Drasgow, Eric; Halle, James W.; O'Reilly, Mark; Seely-York, Sue; Edrisinha, Chaturi; Andrews, Alonzo. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, Aug2004, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p411-422, 12p Abstract: Students with developmental disabilities often rely on prelinguistic behavior (e.g., reaching, leading) to communicate. When listeners fail to attend to prelinguistic behaviors, students may benefit from responding with an alternative form of communication to repair the breakdown. In the present study, we taught two students with developmental disabilities to repair communicative breakdowns by using a voice-output communication aid (VOCA). Intervention occurred at morning snack time when the students had the opportunity to access preferred items through prelinguistic behavior (e.g., reaching, guiding). Breakdowns occurred when the listener failed to attend to the student's initial request. Effects of the intervention were evaluated in a multiple-baseline design across subjects. Both students learned to use the VOCA to repair communicative breakdowns. As VOCA use was acquired as a repair strategy, the students also began to use the device to initiate requests when there had been no breakdown in communication. The intervention appeared to be an effective approach for supplementing prelinguistic behaviors with an additional option for communicating a request. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 14079887)

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    Becoming verbal: autism, trauma and playfulness. By: Barrows, Paul. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, Apr2002, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p53-72, 20p Abstract: This paper will describe work in progress with a boy who was 3.4 years old at the time of referral. At this time he had no speech and there were a number of marked autistic features in his presentation, although no formal diagnosis had been made. He had suffered the trauma of a life-threatening illness requiring major medical interventions at the age of 5 months and again at 18 months, which may have been the precipitating factor for his disturbance. He is from an intact family with an older sister and a younger brother and no apparent significant family pathology. During the course of his treatment - which has now been on-going for nearly three years - he has acquired a capacity for play and has become very talkative. Using extensive clinical material, the paper will explore the factors which may have contributed to his improvement, especially the modifications in technique introduced by the therapist in order to make contact with this little boy. Special attention will be given to the role of playfulness, as introduced by the therapist, with particular reference to the way in which this may facilitate the emergence and expression of aggressive feelings and phantasies. The links with the development of the capacity for speech will be explored. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/00754170110114792 (AN 6472385)

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    Psychotherapy of Children with Pervasive Development Disorders. By: Ruberman, Louise. American Journal of Psychotherapy, Spring2002, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p262, 12p Abstract: In recent years, the role of psychotherapy in the treatment of children with pervasive developmental disorders, such as autism and Asperger's Syndrome, has been questioned. Advances in neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and genetics, as well as the refinement of behavioral and educational techniques, have relegated discussions about psychotherapy mostly to reviews about the history of treatment for autism. Even when psychotherapeutic work is suggested, it is typically only very structured supportive counseling for older and high functioning children and adolescents that is considered. This paper argues that there is a central role for psychotherapy for children with pervasive developmental disorders, and that psychotherapeutic interventions should begin at a younger, rather than older age. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 6950201)

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    Negotiating a pathological identity in the clinical dialogue: Discourse analysis of a family therapy. By: Avdi, Evrinomy. Psychology & Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice, Dec2005, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p493-511, 19p Abstract: Within the framework of social constructionism, psychotherapy has been re-conceptualized as a semiotic process, which consists of the creative generation of new meanings in the context of collaborative discourse. In recent years, research approaches that draw from social constructionism, such as discourse analysis, have been fruitfully employed in the study of psychotherapy processes, whilst being in line with the contemporary emphasis on language, narrative, and meaning making. This paper aims to further the exploration of the usefulness of discourse analysis in the study of psychotherapy processes, and in particular, in situations where the medical discourse is powerfully implicated in the construction of a person's identity. It is based on the analysis of a family therapy with a family whose child has a diagnosis of autism. The analysis focuses on two features of the family's talk, namely shifts in the flexibility of employment of a diverse range of discourses and subject positions, and shifts in the ways agency is constructed and discursively negotiated in the clinical conversations. It is suggested that these shifts can be used as indications of change in the family's network of meanings. The analysis suggests that an important aspect in clinical work with families with a member with a psychiatric diagnosis lies in decentring, or deconstructing, the dominant, pathology-maintaining accounts, and allowing for a wider range of less problematic narratives and subject positions to emerge. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1348/147608305X52586 (AN 19141716)

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    Partecipante Esperto L'avatar di wundt_12
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    Riferimento: Psicoterapia con gli autistici?

    sarei interessato anche io a quest'argomento...non è necessario fare riferimento ad un caso specifico masi può parlare in linea di massima delle psicoterapie che si occupano di autismo e in che modo lo fanno....

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    Riferimento: Psicoterapia con gli autistici?

    Per quel che ne so io, ci sono alcune correnti di psicoterapia psicoanalitica che si occupano di qs problema, con metodologie specifiche per l'infanzia e l'adolescenza; le correnti comportamentali utilizzano tecniche proprie e cmq, piu' sintomatiche che altro, pero' potresti trovare delle indicazioni sul sito di psichomedia, oltre quelle bibliografiche che tiha dato Willy.
    Poi, scusami se tu frequenti una scuola cognitiva, perchè non chiedi ai tuoi didatti come poter affrontare eventualmente il caso o se ti indicano delle strutture dove trovare indicazioni ed informazioni utili?

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    Partecipante Super Figo L'avatar di Hermes Ankh
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    Riferimento: Psicoterapia con gli autistici?

    Citazione Originalmente inviato da wundt_12 Visualizza messaggio
    sarei interessato anche io a quest'argomento...non è necessario fare riferimento ad un caso specifico masi può parlare in linea di massima delle psicoterapie che si occupano di autismo e in che modo lo fanno....
    Ti consiglio di dare un'occhiata al sito di cui ti inserisco il link sotto.
    Contiene una delle panoramiche più aggiornate sull'argomento (Progetto della Regione Emilia Romagna, realizzato materialmente dai Centri di documentazione CDA di forlì e CDE di Cesena).

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