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Nova Perspectiva Sistêmica

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ACUNA, JosÚ Tadeu. Development of self-knowledge and life project in vocational guidance: a case report. Nova perspect. sist. [online]. 2020, vol.29, n.68, pp. 91-104. ISSN 0104-7841.

Vocational Guidance (OV) when carried out with adolescents encourages self-knowledge, the formation of skills, competences and knowledge required for the elaboration of life projects, including promoting psychological support to these subjects who face several challenges in this stage of the life cycle. In this sense, it's report a case of OV whose participant was a young man of 22 years old, enrolled in a pre-university preparatory course. The intervention had an informative and formative character, was subsidized by constructivist and socio-constructionist epistemologies, aimed at developing self-knowledge and facilitating the construction of life projects. Throughout the seven meetings, the student was able to perceive himself in a web of social relationships which influence the constitution of his way of being. As a conclusion, the structure of the OV practiced brought together elements of the clinical and educational order, such characteristics favored the development of personal resources for the planning and execution of the participant's life project.

Keywords : Vocational guidance; Adolescence; Self-knowledge; Reflexive process.

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