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Nova Perspectiva Sistêmica

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MAESIMA, Giovania Mitie; BARRETO, Monica  and  BEIRAS, Adriano. The concept of resonances in the therapist's training process: discovering potentialities and limitations in therapeutic practice. Nova perspect. sist. [online]. 2019, vol.28, n.64, pp. 105-118. ISSN 0104-7841.

The concept of resonance used by the Systemic Theory at the clinical context comprehends feelings that emerge during what is elaborated in the clinical session. These feelings can either contribute to paralyze the system (client and therapist) or serve as an important resource to the therapist, depending, therefore, on the involvement and posture of the psychologist in front of the resonances. In that way, it was sought to elucidate questions regarding its use as a resource, besides discoursing about its importance to the therapist studies. Lastly, some cases were debated in order to clarify how resonances occurred during the clinical practice of the author and the group that participates, as well as in the clients who were being attended at the time.

Keywords : Resonance; Systemic therapy; Therapist training.

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