This book explores the concept of provocation in therapy, emphasizing the fact that to be therapeutic, provocation must always be accompanied by a joining attitude. It took a developmental path that frames the individual in a trigenerational dimension.
Table of Contents
1. The Construction of the Therapeutic Story 2. Triangles and Trigenerational Networks 3. Provocation and Holding in Therapy 4. Playing in Therapy 5. The Construction of the Family Myth and Its Development in Therapy 6. The Family Drama and Therapeutic Rituals 7. Periods of Separation 8. The Myth of Atlas: A Therapeutic Story in Progress