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MONTU, Camila Cardoso de Moraes; MORI, Valéria Deusdará  and  BUCHER-MALUSCHKE, Júlia Sursis Nobre Ferro. Dialogic psychotherapy as a social scenario that favors child subjective development. Mudanças [online]. 2021, vol.29, n.1, pp.49-64. ISSN 0104-3269.

The present research has the central objective of understanding how dialogical psychotherapy, from the perspective of the Theory of Subjectivity, can mobilize new symbolic-emotional processes that favor the subjective develop ment of children. Subjective Development is a complex and singular phenomenon, configured subjectively over time, from the different subjective meanings that emerge and take shape in the relationship with the other, marked by the individual's ability to generate new subjective productions that lead him to open up paths and possibilities to live your experiences. A case study was carried out that made it possible to understand the subjective configurations of the child in psychotherapy, generating intelligibility about the changes and new subjective productions throughout this process. Qualitative Epistemology served as the basis for González Rey's Theory of Subjectivity, in a cultural-historical perspective, guiding this work in the production of knowledge that occurred in a constructive-interpretative way. The interpretative analysis of the case showed the subjective character of the relationships built in the psychotherapeutic space and the possibility of the child's subjective development.

Keywords : subjectivity; psychotherapy; child development; subjective development.

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