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TANIZAKA, Hugo et al. Psychology and the Intersectoral Performance in Childhood and Youth: Gender, violence and family ties. Aletheia [online]. 2019, vol.52, n.2, pp. 179-191. ISSN 1413-0394.

This article refers to an Experience Report regarding the performance of the psychology professionals in connection with the intersectional network, specifically related to a transgendered adolescent hosted at an institutional foster care services for children and adolescents. This protective measure has been taken since she was enticed by a group of exploitation in her home state, having been separated from her family and led to Sao Paulo to perform in the sex trade. This work deals with the networking of professionals involved in all spheres that shape the environment in this case: health, law and assistance. Finally, the article intends to point out possibilities of providing the intersectional network with ethics and effectiveness that would directly result in the guarantee and maintenance of rights related to childhood and youth.

Keywords : Child; Mental Health; Prevention.

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