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    Mécanismes de défense : principes et échelles d'évaluation

    Guelfi, Julien Daniel, Perry, J Christopher, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Hanin, Bertrand, Lamas, Claire, Roten, Yves de, Ambresin, Gilles
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    Naître et grandir au sein de la triade : le développement de l'alliance familiale

    Favez, Nicolas, Darwiche, Joëlle, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Fivaz-Depeursinge, Elisabeth, Frascarolo-Moutinot, France, Guex, Patrice, Lavanchy, Chloé, Tissot, Hervé
    Bruxelles : De Boeck
    2013
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    Titre: Naître et grandir au sein de la triade : le développement de l'alliance familiale / sous la coord. de Nicolas Favez ... [et al.]
    Auteur: Favez, Nicolas; Darwiche, Joëlle; Despland, Jean-Nicolas; Fivaz-Depeursinge, Elisabeth; Frascarolo-Moutinot, France; Guex, Patrice; Lavanchy, Chloé; Tissot, Hervé
    Editeur: Bruxelles : De Boeck
    Date: 2013
    Collation: 358 p.
    Collection: Carrefour des psychothérapies
    Documents dans cette collection: Carrefour des psychothérapies
    Sujet RERO: Éducation familiale - Jeu du trilogue de Lausanne - Psychologie du développement - Nourrissons - Parents - Communication interpersonnelle - Pères - Mères - Communication - Famille
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: INTRODUCTION : L'alliance familiale : une jonction entre les approches développementale, familiale et systémique / Nicolas Pavez, France Frascarolo-Moutinot et Hervé Tissot - LA TRIADE PARENTS-BEBE : THEORIE ET EVALUATION DES INTERACTIONS : Le modèle de l'alliance familiale et le Jeu Trilogique de Lausanne (LTP) / Nicolas Favez - Observation des interactions triadiques en périnatalité : le Jeu du Change / Jérôme Rime et Werner Stadlmayr - Observation des interactions dans les familles avec plusieurs enfants : le Jeu du Pique-Nique / France Frascarolo-Moutinot et Nicolas Favez - L'observation du coparentage dans les familles biparentales : influence du contexte et de l'âge de l'enfant / Regina Kuersten-Hogan et James P. McHale - LE DEVELOPPEMENT NORMATIF DE LA GROSSESSE A L'ECOLE : La capacité triangulaire du bébé : une illustration à l'aide de deux cas contrastés / Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge et Nicolas Favez - L'alliance coparentale prénatale comme prédicteur des perceptions du coparentage au post-partum / Sarah J. Schappe-Sullivan, Claire M. Kamp Dush et Daniel J. Bower - L'évolution de l'alliance familiale et son impact sur l'enfant à l'âge de 5 ans : une étude longitudinale en Suisse / Nicolas Favez, France Frascarolo-Moutinot et Chloé Lavanchy Scaiola - L'évolution de l'alliance familiale et son impact sur l'enfant à l'âge de 4 ans : une étude longitudinale en Italie / Alessandra Simonelli, Mara Bighin et Francesca De Palo - LA THÉRAPIE AVEC LES TRIADES : Alliance familiale dans les troubles fonctionnels et du comportement du nourrisson : évaluation avant et après une intervention thérapeutique. Une étude exploratoire / Marie-Joëlle Hervé... et al. - Le Jeu Trilogique de Lausanne (LTP) en clinique : application dans le contexte d'interventions de soutien à la relation parents-enfants / Silvia Mazzoni et Anna Lubrano Lavadera - Les comportements relationnels de l'enfant comme porte d'entrée pour intervenir sur le système familial / Chloé Lavanchy Scaiola et Kaija Puura - Le Reflective Family Play : un traitement de la famille entière centré sur l'attachement et le système familial / Diane Philipp et Christie Hayos - APPLICATIONS SPECIFIQUES : Le coparentage comme construit universel caractérisant diverses formes familiales : avancées et perspectives / James McHale et Rahael Kurrien - Les alliances coparentales dans les familles lesboparentales / Salvatore D'Amore, Alessandra Simonelli et Marina Miscioscia - Alliance familiale entre père, mère et leur bébé conçu par fécondation in vitro / Joëlle Darwiche... et al. - CONCLUSION : Le bébé dans la triade précoce / Nicolas Pavez, France Frascarolo-Moutinot et Hervé Tissot
    Description: Cet ouvrage présente un ensemble d'études sur le développement de l'enfant au sein de la relation parent-parent-bébé et sur le travail thérapeutique avec la famille précoce en développe un modèle d'alliance familiale original et innovant.
    Note: Ont également collaboré: Mara Bighin, Daniel Bower, Salvatore D'Amore, Joëlle Darwiche, Francesca De Palo, Jean-Nicolas Despland, Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge, France Frascarolo-Moutinot, Marc Germond, Patrice Geux, Christie Hayos, Marie-Joëlle Hervé, Claire Kamp Dush, Regina Kuersten Hogan, Rahael Kurrien, Chloé Lavanchy Scaiola, Anna Lubrano Lavadera, Michèle Maury, Silvia Mazzoni, James McHale, Marina Miscioscia, Diane Philipp, Kaija Puura, Jerôme Rime, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Alessandra Simonelli, Werner Stadlmayr, Hervé Tissot
    Identifiant: 9782804176006 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb437577989 (URN)
    No RERO: R007313286
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    L'étude de cas : dialogue entre recherche et pratique en psychologie clinique et en psychothérapie

    Pomini, Valentino, Roten, Yves de, Berney, Silvie, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Dunker Scheuner, Daniela, Duc-Marwood, Alessandra, Meystre, Claudia, Kramer, Ueli, 1974-
    Lausanne : Antipodes
    [2016]
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    Titre: L'étude de cas : dialogue entre recherche et pratique en psychologie clinique et en psychothérapie / Valentino Pomini, Yves de Roten ... [et al.] (dir.)
    Auteur: Pomini, Valentino; Roten, Yves de; Berney, Silvie; Despland, Jean-Nicolas; Dunker Scheuner, Daniela; Duc-Marwood, Alessandra; Meystre, Claudia; Kramer, Ueli, 1974-
    Editeur: Lausanne : Antipodes
    Date: [2016]
    Collation: 310 p.
    Collection: Actualités psychologiques
    Documents dans cette collection: Actualités psychologiques
    Sujet RERO: Psychologie clinique - Psychothérapie - Pratique - Recherche - Méthodologie
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: Statuts de l'étude de cas en psychologie et en psychothérapie - Le raisonnement à partir de "cas" : quelques jalons théoriques et épistémologiques / Vincent Dallèves. - Quel est le sujet des études de cas ? / Rémy Amouroux. - La validité scientifique de l'étude de cas / Wiliam B. Stiles. - L'étude de cas pragmatique : une méthode de recherche rigoureuse et systématique qui parle au praticiens - Approches méthodologiques de l'étude de cas - Analyse statistique de protocoles individuels / Jean-Philippe Antonietti. - Au plus près de l'expérience vécue, en temps réel et dans son contexte : les méthodes d'échantillonnage de l'expérience (MEE) dans létude de cas clinique / Sandrine Pihet. - Quelle place pour l'étude de cas unique dans l'élaboration de la théorie clinique : illustration par la modèle de l'assimilation / Claudia Meystre. - La formulation de cas dans la formation à la psychothérapie : enjeux pédagogiques du recours à un support filmique / Sylvie Berney ...[et al.] - Étude de cas et pratiques cliniques - Pratiques de la formulation de cas en psychothérapie / Valentino Pomini, Joëlle Darwiche, Pascal Roman. - La relation thérapeutique centrée sur les motifs : comment individualiser l'offre relationnelle sous l'angle de la responsivité appropriée / Ueli Kramer. - L'examen psychologique de l'enfant et de l'adolescent : application de la formulation de cas dans une perspective développementale et contextuelle / Vincent Quartier, Fabrice Brodard. - L'expertise psycho-légale : une analyse intensive de cas par un scientifique praticien / Philip D. Jaffé
    Description: Un cas exemplaire, un cas d'école, un beau cas, un cas de figure, un cas extrême, un cas particulier, un cas épineux, un cas limite ... Les modalités de l'étude de cas sont multiples et expriment le fait que tout raisonnement suivi, toute explication, toute théorie bute une fois ou l'autre sur la nécessité d'explorer et d'approfondir les propriétés d'une singularité accessible à l'observation. Publier un ouvrage sur la question du cas unique, c'est participer à ce moment de réflexion sur les méthodes scientifiques en psychologie. C'est aussi œuvrer à un repositionnement constructif de cette modalité de faire science, en donnant la parole aux auteurs spécialistes de ces questions ou directement concernés par celles-ci à travers leurs recherches ou leurs pratiques.
    Note: Ont également collaboré: Rémy Amouroux, Jean-Philippe Antonietti, Sylvie Berney, Fabrice Brodard, Vincent Dallèves, Joëlle Darwiche, Jean-Nicolas Despland, Daniela Dunker-Scheuner, Daniel Fishman, Philip D. Jaffé, Ueli Kramer, Alessandra Duc Marwood, Claudia Meystre, Sandrine Pihet, Vincent Quartier, Pascal Roman, William B. Stiles
    Identifiant: 9782889011063 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb45050803f (URN)
    No RERO: R008401489
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    Prise en charge du patient dépressif au cabinet

    Sommer, Johanna Maria, Despland, Jean-Nicolas
    Primary and Hospital Care, 2016
    2016
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    Titre: Prise en charge du patient dépressif au cabinet
    Auteur: Sommer, Johanna Maria; Despland, Jean-Nicolas
    Date: 2016
    Fait partie de: Primary and Hospital Care, 2016

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    Oncology Clinicians' Defenses and Adherence to Communication Skills Training with Simulated Patients: an Exploratory Study

    Bernard, Mathieu, Roten, Yves, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Stiefel, Friedrich
    Journal of Cancer Education, 2012, Vol.27(3), pp.399-403 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Coparenting Behaviors as Mediators between Postpartum Parental Depressive Symptoms and Toddler's Symptoms

    Tissot, Hervé, Favez, Nicolas, Frascarolo, France, Despland, Jean-Nicolas
    Frontiers in psychology, 2016, Vol.7, pp.1912 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Oncology Clinicians' Defenses and Adherence to Communication Skills Training with Simulated Patients: an Exploratory Study

    Bernard, Mathieu
    de Roten, Yves, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Stiefel, Friedrich
    Journal of Cancer Education. - 2012/27/3/399-403
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    Titre: Oncology Clinicians' Defenses and Adherence to Communication Skills Training with Simulated Patients: an Exploratory Study
    Auteur: Bernard, Mathieu
    Contributeur: de Roten, Yves; Despland, Jean-Nicolas; Stiefel, Friedrich
    Sujet: Communication Skills Training - Defence - Competence - Clinician
    Description: The aim of this exploratory study was to assess the impact of clinicians' defense mechanisms—defined as self-protective psychological mechanisms triggered by the affective load of the encounter with the patient—on adherence to a communication skills training (CST). The population consisted of oncology clinicians (N = 31) who participated in a CST. An interview with simulated cancer patients was recorded prior and 6months after CST. Defenses were measured before and after CST and correlated with a prototype of an ideally conducted interview based on the criteria of CST-teachers. Clinicians who used more adaptive defense mechanisms showed better adherence to communication skills after CST than clinicians with less adaptive defenses (F(1, 29) = 5.26, p = 0.03, d = 0.42). Improvement in communication skills after CST seems to depend on the initial levels of defenses of the clinician prior to CST. Implications for practice and training are discussed. Communication has been recognized as a central element of cancer care [1]. Ineffective communication may contribute to patients' confusion, uncertainty, and increased difficulty in asking questions, expressing feelings, and understanding information [2, 3], and may also contribute to clinicians' lack of job satisfaction and emotional burnout [4]. Therefore, communication skills trainings (CST) for oncology clinicians have been widely developed over the last decade. These trainings should increase the skills of clinicians to respond to the patient's needs, and enhance an adequate encounter with the patient with efficient exchange of information [5]. While CSTs show a great diversity with regard to their pedagogic approaches [6, 7], the main elements of CST consist of (1) role play between participants, (2) analysis of videotaped interviews with simulated patients, and (3) interactive case discussion provided by participants. As recently stated in a consensus paper [8], CSTs need to be taught in small groups (up to 10-12 participants) and have a minimal duration of at least 3days in order to be effective. Several systematic reviews evaluated the impact of CST on clinicians' communication skills [9-11]. Effectiveness of CST can be assessed by two main approaches: participant-based and patient-based outcomes. Measures can be self-reported, but, according to Gysels et al. [10], behavioral assessment of patient-physician interviews [12] is the most objective and reliable method for measuring change after training. Based on 22 studies on participants' outcomes, Merckaert et al. [9] reported an increase of communication skills and participants' satisfaction with training and changes in attitudes and beliefs. The evaluation of CST remains a challenging task and variables mediating skills improvement remain unidentified. We recently thus conducted a study evaluating the impact of CST on clinicians' defenses by comparing the evolution of defenses of clinicians participating in CST with defenses of a control group without training [13]. Defenses are unconscious psychological processes which protect from anxiety or distress. Therefore, they contribute to the individual's adaptation to stress [14]. Perry refers to the term "defensive functioning” to indicate the degree of adaptation linked to the use of a range of specific defenses by an individual, ranging from low defensive functioning when he or she tends to use generally less adaptive defenses (such as projection, denial, or acting out) to high defensive functioning when he or she tends to use generally more adaptive defenses (such as altruism, intellectualization, or introspection) [15, 16]. Although several authors have addressed the emotional difficulties of oncology clinicians when facing patients and their need to preserve themselves [7, 17, 18], no research has yet been conducted on the defenses of clinicians. For example, repeated use of less adaptive defenses, such as denial, may allow the clinician to avoid or reduce distress, but it also diminishes his ability to respond to the patient's emotions, to identify and to respond adequately to his needs, and to foster the therapeutic alliance. Results of the above-mentioned study [13] showed two groups of clinicians: one with a higher defensive functioning and one with a lower defensive functioning prior to CST. After the training, a difference in defensive functioning between clinicians who participated in CST and clinicians of the control group was only showed for clinicians with a higher defensive functioning. Some clinicians may therefore be more responsive to CST than others. To further address this issue, the present study aimed to evaluate the relationship between the level of adherence to an "ideally conducted interview”, as defined by the teachers of the CST, and the level of the clinician' defensive functioning. We hypothesized that, after CST, clinicians with a higher defensive functioning show a greater adherence to the "ideally conducted interview” than clinicians with a lower defensive functioning
    Publication en relation: Journal of Cancer Education. - 2012/27/3/399-403
    Document hôte: Journal of Cancer Education
    Identifiant: 10.1007/s13187-012-0366-8 (DOI)

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    How does addressing patient's defenses help to repair alliance ruptures in psychodynamic psychotherapy?: An exploratory study

    Gerostathos, Antonios, De Roten, Yves, Berney, Sylvie, Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Ambresin, Gilles
    The Journal of nervous and mental disease, May 2014, Vol.202(5), pp.419-24 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: How does addressing patient's defenses help to repair alliance ruptures in psychodynamic psychotherapy?: An exploratory study
    Auteur: Gerostathos, Antonios; De Roten, Yves; Berney, Sylvie; Despland, Jean-Nicolas; Ambresin, Gilles
    Sujet: Defense Mechanisms ; Professional-Patient Relations ; Mental Disorders -- Therapy ; Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic -- Methods
    Description: Interpreting or addressing defenses is an important aspect of psychoanalytic technique. Previous research has shown that therapist addressing defenses (TADs) can produce a positive effect on alliance. The potential value of TADs during the process of alliance rupture and resolution has not yet been documented. We selected patients (n = 17) undertaking a short-term dynamic psychotherapy in which the therapeutic alliance, measured with the Helping Alliance Questionnaire and monitored after each session, showed a pattern of rupture and resolution. Two control sessions (5 and 15) were also selected. Presence of TADs was examined in each therapist interpretation. Compared with control sessions, rupture sessions were characterized by fewer TADs and especially fewer TADs addressing specifically intermediate-essentially neurotic-defenses. Resolution sessions were characterized by more TADs addressing specifically intermediate defenses. This confirms the link between therapist technique and alliance...
    Fait partie de: The Journal of nervous and mental disease, May 2014, Vol.202(5), pp.419-24
    Identifiant: 1539-736X (E-ISSN); 24727717 Version (PMID); 10.1097/NMD.0000000000000112 (DOI)

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    Change in defense mechanisms and coping patterns during the course of 2-year-long psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for recurrent depression: a pilot study of a randomized controlled trial

    Kramer, Ueli, De Roten, Yves, Perry, J Christopher, Despland, Jean-Nicolas
    The Journal of nervous and mental disease, July 2013, Vol.201(7), pp.614-20 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Change in defense mechanisms and coping patterns during the course of 2-year-long psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for recurrent depression: a pilot study of a randomized controlled trial
    Auteur: Kramer, Ueli; De Roten, Yves; Perry, J Christopher; Despland, Jean-Nicolas
    Sujet: Defense Mechanisms ; Disease Management ; Adaptation, Psychological -- Physiology ; Depressive Disorder, Major -- Therapy ; Psychotherapy -- Methods
    Description: Very little research has been conducted so far to study the potential mechanisms of change in long-term active psychological treatments of recurrent depression. The present pilot randomized controlled trial aimed to determine the feasibility of studying the change process occurring in patients during the course of 2-year-long dynamic psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and cognitive therapy, as compared with clinical management. In total, eight outpatients presenting with recurrent depression, two patients per treatment arm, were included. All patients were randomly assigned to one of the four treatment conditions. Defense mechanisms and coping patterns were assessed using validated observer-rated methodology based on transcribed, semistructured follow-along independent dynamic interviews. The results indicated that, whereas some patients in the active treatments changed on the symptomatic levels, some others remained unchanged during the course of their 2-year-long treatment. However, with...
    Fait partie de: The Journal of nervous and mental disease, July 2013, Vol.201(7), pp.614-20
    Identifiant: 1539-736X (E-ISSN); 23817160 Version (PMID); 10.1097/NMD.0b013e3182982982 (DOI)

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    Psychotherapy training for psychiatrists : issues and challenges

    Despland, Jean-Nicolas, Duc Marwood, Alessandra, Herrera, Fabrice, Maccaferri, Giorgio Enrico
    Revue medicale suisse, 21 September 2016, Vol.12(531), pp.1549-1553 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Psychotherapy training for psychiatrists : issues and challenges
    Auteur: Despland, Jean-Nicolas; Duc Marwood, Alessandra; Herrera, Fabrice; Maccaferri, Giorgio Enrico
    Sujet: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy -- Education ; Psychiatry -- Education ; Psychotherapy -- Education
    Description: Since the adoption of the Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist double title in 1961, the medical training in psychotherapy must obey specific requirements. In parallel to the clinical practice, the supervisions and the personal experience, 180 hours of theoretical training are required, in each of the psychotherapeutic orientations chosen by the medical doctor (psychodynamic, family / systemic and behavioural and cognitive therapies). Even though the effectiveness of these treatments is well established and there is no significant difference between psychotherapeutic schools in this respect, the choice of an orientation for psychotherapy training requires an adequate pedagogic process, both on the theoretical side, and in the ability to choose a suitable form of psychotherapeutic treatment adapted to the psychiatrist's conversational style.
    Fait partie de: Revue medicale suisse, 21 September 2016, Vol.12(531), pp.1549-1553
    Identifiant: 1660-9379 (ISSN); 28678448 Version (PMID)