Family scenarios and violence: a clinical case story
This article describes the acceptance and taking-charge process of a history
of incest involving a father and his daughter. This case arrived through an ad
hoc telephone line set up by a territorial service aimed at listening, counselling,
and treating problems and conflicts inherent in family life. The mother
made the first contact with this service, ten years after the event. The case
story is geared to outlining the development of the relational events within
the parents‟ relationship and in relation to their daughter as well as the interactions
with the family service (CPF). The purpose is also to show the procedure
of the intervention and taking-charge process carried out by the psychologists
of the service as well as the counter-transference feelings that
have accompanied the clinical intervention and the effects they have had on
the relationships between the individual members of the whole family.
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