Group transactional analysis
Title of psychotherapist issued by the regional health agency (A.R.S) -Idf
ADELI number : 750032393
Titles and certifications
- Transactionnal Analyst Certificate - CTA (Field of application : Psychotherapy), issued by the European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA).
- European Certificate of Psychothérapy - CEP, issued by the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) and the French Federation of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (FF2P).
Membership and participation in research associations
Psychoanalyst : Member of a working group of the Lacanian international association A.L.I.
Psychotherapy : Practitioner member of the
Transactional Analysis French Institute I.F.A.T and E.A.T.A .
Permanent supervision of my individual and group professional practice.
Member of the French
Federation of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
Some lines about my
practice of psychoanalysis et analytical psychotherapy :
« I’m using in my
professional practice a psychoanalytic
and integrative theoritical basis from several analytical trends and research
(C. G. Jung, S. Freud, S. Ferenczi, D. Winnicott, M. Balint, F. Dolto, E. Berne
entre autres) as well as some psychotherapeutic trends (psycho genealogy,
transactional analysis, gestalt-therapy.
My clinical, analytical and
therapeutic practice is based on acceptance and commitment. My interventions are built on the exchanges
and emotional feelings which are to my mind at the heart of all repairing and
changing processes …, all in all of the personal growth.
Current clinical knowledge
leads me to reconsider my analytical practice, and not to systematically resort
to the use of the couch with all my patients. To my mind, when the time comes, I can propose it ..., if the
patient’s needs, structure and individuality lends to it.
I’m open-minded to a
constant clinical research and a dialogue with other disciplines of the
therapeutic and scientific field and highlight a cross-disciplinary approach.
My practice relies on a
long and personal analytic work. Followed by a didactic and clinical analysis.
A prerequisite which is imperative. The analyst, like the therapist, works
before all as a full individual : this allows him/her a lively relation with
the unconscious, emotions, body and above all, in relation with the other.”