Canada Ethnopsychiatry, which takes care of the cultures, explained by Tobie Nathan

18:40  13 november  2021
18:40  13 november  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Tobie Nathan est le premier défenseur de l'ethnopsychiatrie, une forme de psychiatrie qui entend soigner chaque patient en prenant en compte les particularités culturelles de chaque patient. Une science encore méconnue dont il explique principe et fonctionnement samedi, au micro d'Isabelle Morizet dans © Europe 1 Tobie Nathan is the first defender of ethnopsychiatry, a form of psychiatry that hears to cure each patient taking into account cultural peculiarities of each patient. An still unknown science that he explains principle and operation on Saturday, at the microphone of Isabelle Morizet in "there is not only one life in life".

Psychiatry should approach the mental ruminations of a Tuk Tuk driver in Bangkok, the depression of a Burgundy peasant or the silence of an immigrant girl from his native Benin? No, according to Tobie Nathan . For this psychiatrist, ethnopsychiatry has, in all these situations, a card to play. Whoever has allowed the emergence of this branch of psychiatry, which heals treatment taking into account the cultural peculiarities of each patient, explains his operation on Saturday, in the show of Isabelle Morizet there is no A life in life .

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very far from colonial psychiatry

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"It's very simple", promises tobie Nathan. "There are people who come from elsewhere. They have problems. We have the choice between telling them that we have a way of treating and it's good. In general, if we do that, they stay a session, then they go away. Because they see that it has nothing to do with them. Or, we say that at home there are other ways to think, and that it is interesting to know what these ways are to think and how they would be treated if they stayed in the country. And there, all of a sudden, it is a world that opens. But to know all that, you have to go In these countries, you have to go see people. "

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and psychiatry insists: ethnopsychiatry should not be confused with colonial psychiatry, which was in particular in the 1950s. "Oh no, that was a catastrophe!" He regrets. "Colonial psychiatry was a moment when they were associated with breeds. It has developed in Algeria at the moment of colonization. For example, Algerians were all lazy and that was almost a ' Racial disease. It's inhuman! It was terrible things like that. And there has been a whole school of thought, which was called Algiers school. "

All that hides a name

Tobie Nathan then offers an example of a possible start of consultation. A demonstration that works according to him that one is a migrant come from a country and a distant culture, or not at all. "I would ask how you call yourself. If it's really your name," explains ethnopsychiatrist. "Often, there is a name behind the name. After, I would ask you if you know what the name means. If there are other names in the family. At that time, we open a world There is a universe. Already, nothing but with that, we have defined a territory, a universe, practices. "

The ethnopsychiatrist completes its demonstration with a concrete example. "If you call yourself Levêque, does that have a contribution with Christianity? No, my name is Levêque because in fact, my name is Levi. And then, we changed the name during the war" He imagines. "There are things like that, suddenly, bring you into family stories. And if we want to look after someone without knowing his ancestors, we can always run."

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