The mother who cannot provide liberation: family atom analysis of women victims of domestic violence

  • Maria Silvia Guglielmin Universtity of Padua, Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology (Italy)
  • Ines Testoni FISPPA Department, University of Padua (Italy)
  • Ingrid Pogliani University of Padua (Italy), Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology
  • Marta Prandelli Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA). Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy).
  • Alice Bertoldo Daphne Project, FISSPA Department, University of Padua, Italy
  • Sibylla Verdi Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA), Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy).
Parole chiave: Empower (Daphne III), gender violence, family atom, domestic violence, Psychodrama, maternal relationship.

Abstract

The present contribution presents the discussion about the analysis carried

out on family atoms that were completed in the first psychodrama group

meetings carried out in all the Empower Daphne III program partner countries.

The issue of the relationship with the mother is central to the aim of

the project, in that we hypothesise that the mothers of victims are incapable

of educating their daughters about personal autonomy in relation to men,

due to the traditional culture in which they grew up in. The article presents

information about the use and processing of the survey tool “Family atom ”

created by Jacob Moreno and the analysis of the data that emerged in parallel

to the reports sent periodically by the psychodramatists to the monitoring

and analysis team. From the results three types of maternal relationships

emerge (positive, negative and incongruent) that enable us to confirm the

initial hypothesis of this action research.

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Biografie

Maria Silvia Guglielmin, Universtity of Padua, Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology (Italy)

Maria Silvia Guglielmin is psychologist psychodramatist, psychoterapist, collaborator with Universtity of Padua, Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology (Italy)

Ines Testoni, FISPPA Department, University of Padua (Italy)

Ines Testoni is Associate Professor of Social Psychology at the FISPPA Department, University of Padua (Italy), Registered Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Scientific Director of numerous international conferences and of numerous European Project. Principal themes of research and interest: Death Studies, Social Psychology, Social Psychology of Education, Social Psychology of the Mafia Phenomena, Social Psychology of the difference of Gender and of the female condition. 

Ingrid Pogliani, University of Padua (Italy), Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology
Ingrid Pogliani is social health educator, psychologist , works with the University of Padua (Italy), Department FISPPA, Section of Applied Psychology.
Marta Prandelli, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA). Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy).
Marta Prandelli is MA student in Clinical-Dynamic Psychology, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA). Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy).
Alice Bertoldo, Daphne Project, FISSPA Department, University of Padua, Italy
Daphne Project, FISSPA Department, University of Padua, Italy
Sibylla Verdi, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA), Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy).
Sibylla Verdi is Psychologist Research & Editorial Associate, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology (FISPPA), Section of Applied Psychology, University of Padua (Italy). 
Pubblicato
2014-06-11
Come citare
Guglielmin, M., Testoni, I., Pogliani, I., Prandelli, M., Bertoldo, A., & Verdi, S. (2014). The mother who cannot provide liberation: family atom analysis of women victims of domestic violence. La Camera Blu. Rivista Di Studi Di Genere, (10). https://doi.org/10.6092/1827-9198/2566