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ECKER, Daniel Dall'Igna  e  PALOMBINI, Analice de Lima. Therapeutic Accompaniment and Social Rights: Existential territories and biopsico-political-social subject. Psicol. clin. [online]. 2021, vol.33, n.2, pp. 357-378. ISSN 0103-5665.

This article arises from the doctoral research that aimed to analyze how the exercise of Social Rights (SD) affects the subjective and therapeutic processes in progress, in the Psychology clinic, linked to Brazilian public policies. Subsidized by records of experiences of 28 clinical cases in Therapeutic Accompaniment (TA), in addition to institutional documents, field diary records, images, among others, focuses the discussion on the relationship between Therapeutic Accompaniment, as a modality of the clinic, and exercise Social Rights. The research analyzed how the DS discourse - education, health, food, work, housing, transportation, leisure, security, social security, maternity and childhood protection and assistance to the destitute - emerged in the materials and provided elements to think about how the subjects produce and conduct themselves, in life and in therapeutic processes, as subjective beings. Through the results, in interlocution with authors from the area, three integrated lines of thoughts are proposed: (1) the TA as a way, in action, of exercising the Social Right to health; (2) the relationship between territory, therapeutic processes and SD; and (3) the radicality of the clinic of the biopsico-political-social subject, which the TA practice makes explicit.

Palavras-chave : Therapeutic Accompaniment; Social Rights; psychosocial attention.

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