Network and team work guarantees the possibility of global and in-depth care.
"If the ants agree, they can move an elephant. Proverb of Burkina Faso ”. Teamwork can't just be about family members. Human beings are complex, relationships are complex, families are complex, so interventions cannot be simple and activated by a single therapist.
Since 2009 I have been collaborating with my colleague Dr. Paola Croera, a therapist with whom I shared training courses and a part of my daily working life. The presence of two therapists on the family situation, sometimes jointly in family conversations, is sometimes necessary and successful for a complex and multi-level intervention (parents, children and family). The collective mind that is built with one's own team guarantees comparison, deepening and support, helping to strengthen the therapist's well-being (an important requirement for doing this job well).
From a perspective of complexity, networking and integration with other professionals also becomes an important part of working with families (with prior consent and with extreme attention to non-violation of professional secrecy). In carrying out my clinical activity I collaborate with pediatricians, general practitioners, psychiatrists or child neuropsychiatrists, speech therapists, psychomotorists, teachers, nutritionists, midwives, osteopaths, etc., refining points of view on the problem faced, sharing lines of intervention or activating integrated therapeutic projects and with unique objectives.