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The aims of the Society are to establish and maintain links between the various specialists interested in the field of psychiatry and art-therapy, psychoanalysis, psychology and sociology.

newsletter octobre 2011

Editorail

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Dear Friends & Sympathisers of SIPE,

“During this still rather mild spell of weather in our hemisphere and for some still the holiday period, the Committee apologises for the artefacts on our society’s website which were neither artistic nor humorous and which we will not allow to affect our mood, especially in view of our forthcoming SIPE International Congress in Toulouse and the mobilisation of all our members and sympathisers for the success of this event by welcoming as many participants and contributors to papers and debates as possible.

The proposed theme for the congress does not aim to make the spectrality of “Amours, désamours...” transparent, but is an invitation to everyone to attend, combining variations with the mediation of major and modest artistic, clear and more complex works, which inhabit your imaginary museum like those which reveal your clinical and art therapy practices. Details of how to register and submit papers are provided in this revamped newsletter, so that everyone can get down to work and prepare not to depart for Cythera but for the land of Courtly Love.

We do not want to appear discourteous by renewing the call for membership fees for this year, but preparations for the Toulouse Congress impose this financial pragmatism. Members receive the newsletter either in its printed or electronic version. From January 2012 access to the entire newsletter and the member’s space on the website will be conditioned by a password sent along with the receipt for membership fees.

The delay in this newsletter is due to the change in format and also its electronic and paper versions. This is also the case for the presentation of the website. We want to be more selective in terms of announcements for scientific, clinical and artistic events, and more interactive by accepting contributions from our members, such as comments on publications, experiences and events with little media coverage. This illustrates not only the curiosity and tastes of everyone, but also our society’s international influence and how it communicates with its members, some of whom are a long way away, whatever the season and mood.”

Best wishes.

Pr JP Martineau, Interim Secretary General

 

Events


M
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Next International Congress SIPE-AT,
13 - 15 september 2012

"Amours, désamours..."


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After Lisbon, Athens, Liège, Kyoto…, Toulouse, capital of Occitania, the crossroads between cultures between two seas and on Europe’s north south route, is proud to organise the 20th SIPE-AT World Congress (International Psychopathology of Expression & Art-Therapy Society) on 13, 14 and 15 September 2012 at the Faculty of Medicine Toulouse Rangueil (University of Toulouse 3).

Every three years, we bring together clinicians, researchers, trainers, specialists, enlightened enthusiasts and laymen from the world of the arts, medicine, clinical psychopathology and art therapies based on a cross-disciplinary subject.

In the present declaration: “Amours, désamours…”, you can hear the effect of the far echo of Courtly Love which in Toulouse in the 12th and 13th centuries exerted its influence. Hear the joy of love and also its misfortunes, because the arts, the life of an artist like the clinic of the soul’s sufferings, teach us the plural of love and misfortunes, their ungovernable variations and their suspense; the dynamics of impulses, identifications, projections and work symbolising to evoke a truth by painful or joyful creation; the stakes of choosing to belong to schools or movements of thought which invent and pass on art therapies.

Other items may also lead you to either submit a paper or come and share the experience of those who, through their structured expression, show that it is still possible to cross love and misfortunes.

To register for the congress (1 lunch included):
- SIPE member = 100 euros ,
- student, intern, DES on proof = 60 euros ,
- other participants = 150 euros,

To submit a paper please send to SIPE’s secretary general (on paper and by e-mail) before the 30th of April 2012, Pr. J.P Martineau**. The abstract should be no longer than 25 lines, With name(s) and title(s) of the author(s).
The scientific committee will take all submissions into consideration; some may be accepted in the form of papers displayed as “posters”. Once they have been accepted, the programme of papers will be conditioned by registration for the congress.
Cheques must be made payable to: SIPE Congrès Toulouse.
Or by credit transfer (Swift) : Caisse d’Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées, France (n° de compte : 13135 00080 08001453511 55;  IBAN : FR76 1313 5000  8008 0014 5351 155; BIC : CEPAFRPP313)

The next General Ordinary Meeting of S.I.P.E. will be held during the Congress.

** Pr JP Martineau, Le Pouzol, 31520 RAMONVILLE-ST-AGNE, France.
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REVIEW

 

  • Bourgogne (France), 7 March - 10 April 2011: Itineraires Singuliers Festival: « L’art et l’ex-pression dans la lutte contre l’exclusion ».

REPORT. “Art therapy in Burgundy: “Singular Itineraries” is an association from Dijon founded in 2000. Through art, it aims to integrate the world of hospitals and handicaps in the world of culture as well as in civil and collective life.

It regularly proposes events going from medical information on mental pathology to artistic residences in care establishments, places which are often stigmatised and excluded from cultural life. It links the inside with the outside, presenting patients’ productions outside the hospital (Intim’errance collection) by creating artistic events in hospital structures.

With the 7th edition of its festival on the subject of “passage” from 7 March to 10 April 2011, it brought together 10 737 spectators in 15 towns of Burgundy for 26 performances and 21 exhibitions. This 2 day festival recognised as part of continuous training was also punctuated with meetings with specialists in the form of debates and conferences.

The Biennial of Singular Art will take place in March and April 2012. It aims to be a place for meeting, exchanging, researching and debating the relationship between art and psychiatry, raw art and singular art. From October 2011 events will enable us to enter this world at a crossroads, namely with a visit to the Abbey of Auberive, the ideal palace for postman Cheval and the museum of popular art in Laduz.

All the details about the festival, the biennial of singular art and the Intim’errance collection are available on the association’s website: www.itinerairessinguliers.com.”

(Marie Charras)

  • Dijon (France), 4 April 2011. Itinéraires Singuliers / SIPE Study Day: « La Création à l’oeuvre: Expression, Transgression, Transmission. Passage/Pas-Sage? ». In the frame of Itinéraires Singuliers Festival.

Papers of:

G. Roux and JL Sudres : «Des créateurs psychotiques polissons»;

P. Berthelon: «Un Art en Soi»;

JP. Martineau and AV. Mazoyer : «L’effet de passe et la condition de passager»;

A. Kiss: «Création: transgression?»;

G.Bloess: «Corps magiques, corps tragiques : la création destructrice d’Unica Zûrn»;

Jan Bierhanz: «L’écriture comme trace de l’Autre. De l’oral à l’écrit dans les théories et les aphorismes d’Yves Aulas».

  • Toulouse (France), 16-20 mars 2011: NATURES exhibition at Hôtel-Dieu.

“With an exceptional history and beautiful setting at the Hôtel-Dieu, its chapel, Columns room and adjacent rooms, Dr. François Granier presented the creations of around 48 contributors who accepted associating a personal text with this event. A 145 page booklet brings together these texts as well as the labels of works and explains how the “NATURES” subject was born.

For an author there is no better tribute than the numerous visitors who are regulars at this annual meeting and who also expose themselves to the “fluctuation between emotions and (ir)rational logics”. The quality of the facilities, guided tours and the prestige of the site are also forms of recognition.” (Pr JP Martineau)

  • Toulouse (France), 12-13 May 2011: Toulouse University Hospital Centre’s First University Psychiatry Seminar.

Rich papers and varied workshops illustrating the psychiatric carer’s evolution, amongst other things, based on the psychopathology of expression and art therapies,

- Projection and discussion based on the film “Natures”, an extension of the annual exhibition, in the presence of Dr François Granier. This intervention illustrates patients’ artistic capabilities and also bears witness to the sociotherapeutical value as well as ethical issues which this type of exhibition can give rise to.

- Intérêt et limites des médiations corporelles auprès des patients adolescents anorexiques (Christine Cottin and Michel Santamaria).

- Drama Workshop with a group of hospitalised teenagers in psychiatrics (France Duhase and Céline Rigaud).

- Tai chi chuan workshop in psychiatrics «du corps à la parole» (Olivier Flamenbaum and Anne Laure Dulac).

- Le parcours de santé: Projection of an audio-visual document created during the workshop (Brigitte Vergnes and Aude Clémenceau).

- «Cuisines du Monde»: creativity and trans-culturality in care; projection of the film created throughout this workshop (nurses, nursing auxiliaries, occupational therapists, psychologists, health managers and doctors who took part in leading this workshop).

  • Saint-Tropez (France), 19-25 September 2011. The European Academy of Differentiated Arts organised the first “Art & Handicap” Biennial under the patronage of Mr. Patrick Gohet, Chairman of the National Advisory Council for the Disabled, and Mr. Almir ŠAHOVIC, Ambassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

  • Montreal (Canada), 21–23 October 2011. Colloquium: Faire corps. Do Quantum medicine, medicine, anthropology, psychoanalysis, history and politology respect the same principle of uncertainty? Web colloquefairecorps.calame.ca/

  • New York City (USA), 10-13 November, 2011: Expressive Therapies Summit.

This exciting continuing education opportunity offers creative arts therapists and educators, arts professionals, and interested healthcare colleagues the chance to come together to learn, collaborate, and network. Last year, nearly 500 people registered from 7 countries around the world. This year, an international faculty of more than 150 clinicians, educators, researchers, and others will present an inspiring program of papers, workshops, and full-day classes on art, music, drama, dance, and poetry therapies as well as psychodrama and sandplay for populations of all ages and abilities.

What makes the Summit different? The Summit is: multidisciplinary, featuring all creative arts disciplines intermodal, emphasizing collaborative workshops by 2 or more specialists inclusive, welcoming professionals from other fields

Web summit.expressivemedia.org/

  • Lisbon (Portugal), 12-13 November 2011: 12th Portuguese Art Therapy Congress & 3rd International SIPE Meeting.

Subject: Creation and creators. Art and creative work with children, teenagers, adults and the elderly.

The energy of the Portuguese Art Therapy Society (SPAT), driven by Dr Ruy de Carvalho, is well known. With this new event, it is about exploring both the creation process in art therapy and art so as to cross their potential to transform, aesthetic experiences and differentiation.

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  • Lille, (France). 7 December, SIPE will take part in the forum of associations in the frame of the 3rd Psychiatric French Congress (7-10 December 2011).
1) « Créativité des patients bipolaires sous Lithium » (Virginie Rouch, Anne-Marie Pezous, Marie Charras, Sophie Prébois and Laurent Schmitt.

Abstract: Lithium, like other mood stabilizers, has been subject to criticism linked to dulling creativity and undermining associative processes at the source of creation.

2) « Productions de schizophrènes créatifs soumis à des chimiothérapies neuroleptiques au long cours » (Guy Roux).

Abstract: Amongst the causes invoked in environments at the origin of the rarefaction of plastic works by psychiatric patients, neuroleptic chemo-therapy and more widely psychotropic drugs have been accused of drying up all creativity. This criti-cism risks being invalidated by the existence of sponaneous plastic productions, developed over a twen-ty year period, in parallel to taking neuroleptic drugs.

3) « Des toxiques à pleines dents ! Inhibitions et expressions et du soi dentaire de patients toxicomanes » (Jean-Luc Sudres, Flora Entajan, Marie Créquy, Gilles Brandibas and Laurent Schmitt).

Abstract: Although many psychotropic, toxic and substitute drugs lead to a reduction in the secretion of saliva and dental alterations which are often neglected, it appears clinically relevant to take into account the expression of dental care as part of overall quality of life.

NEWS


  • Florida (USA), 24-28 February 2012, West Palm Beach, Mass Media/Mental Health. Ce congrès est organisé conjointement par la section de la World Psychiatric Association et l’American Society of Psychopathology

 

Selection of works


B
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congres puce ATTIGUI Patricia (Eds). (2010). L'art et le soin. De Boeck : Bruxelles.
Well known in the field of the psychopathology of expression and psychoanalysis, Patricia Attigui provides us a beautiful work crossing various mediations (drama, painting, sculpture, dance, philosophy, music, psychodrama, etc.) with a psycho-analytic approach and with a specific focus on adolescence.

 

congres puce STAMMLER Annie. (2011). Les inséparables. L'Harmattan : Paris.
As usual, we find Annie Stammler with illustrations and stories of birds whose series we are all familiar with (“neigeuse, la merlette blanche”, “Poussiérot part en tournée”, “Kléo l’oisillon adopté”, “Noircicaut le vieux pic”, etc.). With “The Inseparables” practicians will have a great mediation to deal with the issue of attachment, separation and reunions. It is also worth noting that Annie has just published with the same publisher a magnificent work (Aborted Maternities) with three fictions based on clinical cases regarding the difficult issue of abortion.

 

facteur_chevalpuce M. SAMI-ALI - Huit manières de rêver le facteur CHEVAL

Essai sur l’esthétique de la marginalité – Professeur SAMI-ALI
Collection (Dans l’Atelier) – Editions Esperluète – 70 pages dont 26 images de l’auteur.

“Ferdinand Cheval, a postman from he Drôme, is one of the most famous builders of the imaginary. For over 30 years, this outstanding creator has built an “ideal palace” stone by stone. This construction is neither a palace nor ideal! Postman Cheval called it a “labyrinth”, something grandiose encompassing the entire history of humanity and the earth. The stones collected one by one during his rounds as a postman are used to create a material imagination for the construction of an original building. Postman CHEVAL knows nothing about architecture or the world’s heritage treasures. He dreams by building. His palace is reminiscent of an Indian or Laotian palace. In this imaginary voyage, Pr. SAMI-ALI, a specialist in psychosomatics and philosopher deciphers several essential stages in this marginal creativity: dreaming, dreaming like not dreaming, deciphering the dream, restarting the dream … photographing the dream.

This small book is superb. Several photographs full of poetry show the constructions of Postman Cheval. He examines raw art forms represented by the material and concrete imagination of this ideal palace.

Perhaps you will also have the stimulating curiosity to dream, with Postman CHEVAL!”

Professeur Laurent SCHMITT


dansepuce JEAN SLONINSKI Diane. (2011). Utilisation de la danse dans le processus thérapeutique. L'Harmattan : Paris.
This little book, filled with vitality and pragmatic elements, will undoubtedly delight many practicians. However, those who are looking for theoretical and practical support may be disappointed. It is worth highlighting the fact that the work’s appendix of around 40 pages deals with the issue of art therapy and cancer, the fight against pain, clowntherapy in geriatrics, F. Lorin’s graphosphere, etc. in a very interesting way.

 

dansepuce DELAUME Chloé , La règle du je, collection TRAVAUX PRATIQUES, puf.

“I met Chloé Delaume through drama. Her writings had been used by three actresses to create a play. Mind blowing! Both for the text and the staging (a silvery grey coloured sheet linked the actresses to each other. These three women represented the different, destabilising, changing and thoughts of grey matter).
We won’t go into the detail here since I want to talk about the author here and one of her books.”

Sophie Prébois

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Revues

 

puce SFPE-AT: actes des Journées de novembre 2010 "Partager, lever, taire un secret" - revue annuelle


La Société Française de Psychopathologie de l'Expression et d'Art-thérapie (SFPE-AT) publie, de manière autonome, les actes de ses Journées de novembre 2010 «Partager, lever, taire un secret» dans sa revue annuelle. Elle regroupe l'ensemble des interventions de ses journées sous divers thèmes («intime, extime», «art et passage secret», «taire ou renaître», «l'atelier de l'intime», «clinique du secret», «écran du secret») avec une présentation et illustration couleur de grande qualité.

Aprés un hommage au Dr.Jacqueline Verdeau-Paillès par le Pr.Jean-François Allilaire suivent 14 conférences de:
A. Galmiche-Cartier, JP. Catonné; M. Morin-Bompart, AV.Mazoyer et JP.Martineau; G.Reillanne; M.Feldman; G.Bouté; C.Marion; Y.Mourtada, JF.Lambert; S.Schauder; E.Papavassilopoulou; JG.Veyrat; M.Guibert.
Les correspondances entre existence et art, vie affective et art sont explorées à partir des oeuvres de Baltus, Camille Claudel, Marguerite Duras, Alfred Hitchcock, Gérard Garouste, Parick Modiano, François Truffaut...» Le secret affleure dans l'oeuvre. Féconde et salutaire, elle se montre capable de dévoiler tout en voilant».

 

   

Society life



The next General Ordinary Meeting of S.I.P.E.

will be held during the International Congress  SIPE-AT from the 13th to the 15th of september 2012 in Toulouse on the theme : «Amours, désamours...».


Remembering Irene jakab (1919-2011)

“The 18 of June this year Irene Jakab left us. Everybody knew her as one of the founders of our Society, an industrious participant, speaker of the SIPE conferences and an enthusiastic fighter for the field of psychopathology of expression.

Irene Jakab was born on 15 of July, 1919 in Nagyvárad (now Oradea Mare – Romania), attending the schools there. She obtained her medical diploma in Transylvania, Kolozsvár (now: Cluj) beginning her medical career at Neurological and Psychiatric University Clinic there beside Professor István Környey. After the Second World War, the Clinic moved from Transylvania to Pécs, Hungary. In the mean time she graduated from philosophy-psychology “cum laude”, and in 1948 she obtained her M.A. from psychology and pedagogy with “summa cum laude.” Having conflicts with the communist regime she left Hungary for Switzerland and later for Paris. Her medical career abroad started at the Harvard University Boston in the USA in 1966. After completing her studies at the Menninger School of Psychiatry, she moved to Pittsburgh where, for the first one in the United States, she developed the John Merck Program for mentally retarded psychotic children. She was an active professor at the Pittsburgh University until 1992. Having retired, she returned to Harvard Boston teaching psychiatry, and became the consultant of the Mclean Teaching Hospital.

From her very rich scientific achievement I selected some most significant ones. Her Pittsburgh activity is reflected by a book “Mental Retardation” (Karger, Basel 1982). She edited and wrote valuable chapters on differential diagnostics and organizational aspects of the subject..."

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Launch of the PSYCHOPATHOLOGICA CONFINIA journal (SIPE Official)

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It is the continuation of Psychiatrica Confinia which was abandoned in 1980. It mainly covers art therapy and the psychopathology of expression. Its aim is to provide news and details about developments in art therapy, to help therapists and related disciplines to publish their studies ad thoughts, as well as to encourage collaboration.

The languages used in the journal are English, French and German,

It is available both in a printed version and online.

You can subscribe to it for between 19 and 39 euros per year to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

You can also submit your research papers, reviews and case studies to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , in “Call of papers” (web www.sipeconfinia.com)

You can download the first issue free of charge.

István Hárdi, Jean-Pierrel Martineau, Zoltán Vass (Éditeurs)


Contents:


I. Hárdi: Preface
I. Jakab: Comments to the launching of the new journal, Confinia Psychopathologica
M. Schuster: Grußwort für die Confinia Psychopathologica


Original papers
G. Roux: Opicinus de Canistris: Yesterday and today
D. Waller: Art therapy and children: A review of past and current practice
M. Schuster: Kann man bildnerische Kreativität messen?
R. F. Földi: Analysis of hyperactive children’s projective drawings
J. Alvernaz-Nagy: The MetanoiaMentoring™ method. Integrative therapy and coaching with colors
J.-M. Barthélémy: A la pathographie à l’approche phénoméno-structurale en psychopathologie et psychologie de l’expression


Announcements
Iconologia psychopatologica: From photography to the dynamic examination of drawing (Hommage à István Hárdi)


Conferences, exhibitions, trainings

   

Society life


REMEMBERING IRENE JAKAB (1919-2011)

“The 18 of June this year Irene Jakab left us. Everybody knew her as one of the founders of our Society, an industrious participant, speaker of the SIPE conferences and an enthusiastic fighter for the field of psychopathology of expression.

Irene Jakab was born on 15 of July, 1919 in Nagyvárad (now Oradea Mare – Romania), attending the schools there. She obtained her medical diploma in Transylvania, Kolozsvár (now: Cluj) beginning her medical career at Neurological and Psychiatric University Clinic there beside Professor István Környey. After the Second World War, the Clinic moved from Transylvania to Pécs, Hungary. In the mean time she graduated from philosophy-psychology “cum laude”, and in 1948 she obtained her M.A. from psychology and pedagogy with “summa cum laude.” Having conflicts with the communist regime she left Hungary for Switzerland and later for Paris. Her medical career abroad started at the Harvard University Boston in the USA in 1966. After completing her studies at the Menninger School of Psychiatry, she moved to Pittsburgh where, for the first one in the United States, she developed the John Merck Program for mentally retarded psychotic children. She was an active professor at the Pittsburgh University until 1992. Having retired, she returned to Harvard Boston teaching psychiatry, and became the consultant of the Mclean Teaching Hospital.

From her very rich scientific achievement I selected some most significant ones. Her Pittsburgh activity is reflected by a book “Mental Retardation” (Karger, Basel 1982). She edited and wrote valuable chapters on differential diagnostics and organizational aspects of the subject.

However, her main field of interest and activity was the psychopathology of visual expression as it was discussed in her book “Drawings and Paintings of Mental Patients” published in German and French (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1956). Its revised and enlarged version was re-edited and published as “Pictorial Expression in Psychiatry”( Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1998) in Hungarian and English. The text is based on the collection of Professor Camillo Reuter from the Pécs University Psychiatric Clinic. The material of the collection was made by patients of the Clinic treated from 1920 until 1959. The thought-provoking and expressive pictures reflect the hospital atmosphere and conditions, the therapy and patients’ attitude of the age. She discussed the change of style f.i. when patients ameliorating from abstract style change to realistic one. The book dealt with the manifested and latent, symbolic and compositional aspects of the pictures. In the new edition, among many new details there is a 30-year follow up study of a schizophrenic, whose talent developed in the course of the treatment, becoming later an artist. This book of Irene Jakab became a classic of the field cited often beside Prinzhorn, Volmat and other pioneers of psychopathology of expression.

She wrote a very interesting paper and made an impressive film on “Imaginary Dwellings” (1971) showing the special buildings built by mental patients. She introduced us to the peculiar towers of Simon Rhodia in Los Angels, built in the course of 35 years. Another significant building she studied was made of broken discs and glass pieces by a French schizophrenic next to Chartres.

Besides being one of the founders (1959), and later Vice President of SIPE, she founded and became the president of the American Society of Psychopathology of Expression and Art Therapy, ASPE in 1964. As an organizer and editor, she did a lot for the development of psychopathology of visual expression. She organized the Congresses of the American Society and edited and published their texts. The editor of SIPE’s official organ “Confinia Psychiatrica” is active till its end. The four volumes of Karger’s books containing valuable papers on various aspects of art and psychopathology, of art therapy are also the results of her enthusiastic editorial activity.

She always came and spoke at the six Hungarian SIPE Colloquia. She remained faithful to Pécs and its University Psychiatric Clinic visiting it always when in Hungary. Though she spoke many languages, in spite of her long stay abroad, she conserved her Hungarian perfectly.

Irene Jakab was acknowledged worldwide. This honour was expressed by the awards she got, that of SIPE, and the Benjamin Rush award of the American Psychiatric Society, receiving it for the work she did for the brain damaged, mentally and emotionally disturbed children.

Irene Jakab was active till the end of her life planning an International Congress in 2012. I hope not to exaggerate by stating that Irene Jakab devoted her life to science and was active in the field during her whole life.”

Dr István Hárdi (Budapest)

   

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