This paper focuses on a study conducted in Education science as part of psychoanalytically-oriented clinical work about teacher training. This training is viewed from the perspective of professional identity crisis necessitating a <i>passage</i> towards “becoming a teacher”; by opening our study to anthropology, we are able to view this as a rite of passage. We will try to imagine the links between the bodily mark of the ritual and “self-inscription” in a work of clinical writing.
Adolescence, T. 31 n°1, pp. 161-167