H Beauchesne

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The authors, starts with the apparent generalized lack of sense, the non sense, about everything to do with epilepsy; he tries to understand the meaning of this excess of non sense. He first tries to find the possible utility for the psychic economy of the patient and his environment. Then, based on beginnings of meaning which do emerge, particularly at the(More)
Space is a fundamental aspect of the human being, but it is often neglected in clinical psychology. A clinical examination has to take into account the different dimensions of space, which is acted, organized, inhabited, experienced, represented and imagined. A clinical examination also consists in different stages: the person who is talking about his(More)
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