Social psychiatry

, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp 95–106 | Cite as

La readaptation socio-professionnelle des malades mentaux: la recherche en Angleterre et ses implications pratiques

  • C. Agué
  • L. Ciompi
  • J. -P. Dauwalder
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Résumé

Les auteurs présentent une revue de la littérature anglaise des derniers 15–20 ans sur la réadaptation socio-professionnelle des malades mentaux. Parmi les concepts significatifs développés par l'école anglaise, ils abordent notamment la notion d'“institutionalisme”, celle des “handicaps” spécifiques de type primaire, secondaire ou tertiaire qui s'opposent à la réadaptation, enfin les nombreux facteurs d'ordre psychologique, familial, social et économique, qui influencent la réadaptation dans un sens favorable ou défavorable.

Summary

The authors present a review of the English literature of the last 15–20 years concerned with the social and work readaptation of mental patients. Among the significant concepts developed by the English School are those of “institutionalism”, specific “handicaps” (primary, secondary and tertiary) which hinder readaptation and the numerous psychological, family, social and economical factors which can influence rehabilitation either positively or negatively.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Agué
    • 1
  • L. Ciompi
    • 1
  • J. -P. Dauwalder
    • 1
  1. 1.Clinique Psychiatrique Universitaire de CeryLausanneSuisse

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