Layla Tarazi Sahab

Layla Tarazi Sahab
Saint Joseph University, Lebanon | USJ · psychology

phD

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Introduction
Transformations et creativites dans le cadre therapeutique en temps de Covid

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Puberty provokes physiological upheaval that can be psychologically traumatic and destabilizing for the child. Before the transformations of puberty, the body is a protective vessel that acts as a stable reference for the child. A child's emotional security is derived from a sense of predictability and well-being. However, the nascent sexuality and...
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Français Le tatouage permet à l’individu de créer une signature de soi avec laquelle il va affirmer une identité choisie. Ce travail est composé d’une part d’une partie théorique et d’une autre part d’un travail sur le terrain, qui a consisté en des entretiens semi-directifs et sur la passation de l’échelle d’estime de soi de Rosenberg. Il en resso...
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In the context of the humanitarian crisis of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, a team of young Lebanese social workers attempted to identify the most economically vulnerable people. These professionals have themselves sometimes been exposed to social and economic difficulties, having in their own past experienced war and deprivation. They were confronted...
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This article explores the impact of two programs implemented in the commune of Petit Goâve in Haiti following the earthquake in 2010 and the Cholera outbreak. The programs, run by a European NGO, address infant health and mother care. A clinical psychologist conducted interviews and group discussions with the facilitators, and completed naturalisti...
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Receiving Traumatized Patients: the Mother Tongue, a Mediated Therapeutic Lever? This article discusses how the mother tongue is part of the identity construction and gives the feeling of belonging to a group. In trauma therapy, the use of mother tongue, where trauma is shared, helps the patient express his emotions in a differentiated mode because...
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Receiving traumatized patients: the mother tongue, a mediated therapeutic lever?
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Changing language used at adolescence among bilingual adolescents in Lebanon. A method for separation-individuation Language, which is an ideal identity marker, undergoes transformations during adolescence and particularly with bilinguals among whom the changeability in code preferences makes it possible to indicate defensive distancing. The change...
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Language, which is an ideal identity marker, undergoes transformations during adolescence and particularly with bilinguals among whom the changeability in code preferences makes it possible to indicate defensive distancing. The change of language is used as a sign of disengagement from parents, from the family's culture of origin and their way of c...
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¿ Qué llega a ser la diversidad de los idiomas en el período de la adolescencia ?¿ Qué llega a ser la diversidad de los idiomas en el período de la adolescencia ? We study a complex object in the specific situation of multilinguism in Lebanon. The language switching in adolescence, using a complementary approach allying psychoclinguistic, psychoaff...
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This article the specific position of the migrant who can-think-going- home-somewhere. This possibility makes his adaptation in his new country complexified by a homesickness. Nevertheless, the decision of returning to his homeland is much more difficult because it demands a considerable psychological preparation, in which the previous problematics...

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