The “squiggle game” is, above all, a method for relating and encouraging mutual exchange between the analyst and the patient (no matter if child, adolescent or adult), enabling him to experience holding and freely explore different communication possibilities. After having expose herein the “technique” as it has been developed by Winnicott, I also expose some variations in the basic technique, brought together by the crucial role played by reciprocity: “me a little and you a little”. Read below about a clinical case.

L'uso del "gioco dello scarabocchio" con gli adolescenti

Stefana, Alberto
2014-01-01

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The “squiggle game” is, above all, a method for relating and encouraging mutual exchange between the analyst and the patient (no matter if child, adolescent or adult), enabling him to experience holding and freely explore different communication possibilities. After having expose herein the “technique” as it has been developed by Winnicott, I also expose some variations in the basic technique, brought together by the crucial role played by reciprocity: “me a little and you a little”. Read below about a clinical case.
squiggle game, drawing, reciprocity, communication, adolescent psychotherapy.
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