The ghost in the machine: The matrix in the milieu

  • Haigh R
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Abstract

This paper compares three models of care: medical, administrative, and therapeutic. Using the example of therapeutic community practice, it looks at how the principles, culture, and structure of therapeutic community work can be described as a developmental progression: from infantile attachment to containment through relationship, then communication, involvement as 'finding one's place amongst others' and, finally, personal agency as the goal of emotional development. © 2006 by 'Pinel' Verlag GmbH.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Attachment
  • Communication
  • Containment
  • Day by day clinic
  • Involvment
  • Therapeutic communities

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