"The authors, who are nenbers of a team, can present two activities in which emotionally disturbed children were able to express their needs, wants and wishes about actual living spaces, then imagine and "build" some personal spaces. The authors could observe how conflictuous and unconscious revivals, the observation of the individual environment and a collective consciousness about the organisation of the livingspaces, were raised up by these activities. People (children and adults) discovered how architecture might occult a system of implicit norms and symbolic associations (according to a particular social system or to an individual's personality development). Thus there appeared three levels of therapeutic effects for the children. The paper is to be regarded as a clinical contribution to Architectural Psychology."