The Teenager and His Parents: How Do They Face Andrological Surgery?
Every surgical process intrudes on a unique world of emotions, ideas, and relationships. Adolescents and their families try different adaptive behaviors to deal with stress and the fear of anesthesia and death.
The skin and the psyche relate to the outside world and with the medical team in a complex way.
Understanding and observing these systems are one of the many roles of the psychosexologist, to create, from time to time, an effective therapeutic alliance.
KeywordsPatient’s relationship Brothers and sisters Parent’s relationship Clinical team management The role of psychosexologist alongside the surgeon
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