One of the most important things to realize about modern Psychiatry is that many factors are involved in the pathogenesis and especially in the evolution of mental diseases. The results of epidemiological research and the development of different schools with separate specializations have shown the importance of extrasubjective factors such as family environment, social context, life events and life stressors, and therefore the need to find therapeutic strategies which are able to influence the different areas. From this wide spectrum arises the necessity for a functional integration of the different therapeutic areas in the operative context, also because of the nonhomogeneity and the frequent random choice of reference models by the operators and the mental health services. In this study we propose a training model which allows the achievement of this integration ability at an operative level, and which at the same time defines its limits.

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