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KLINGER, Ellen Fernanda; REIS, Beatriz Kauri dos  and  SOUZA, Ana Paula Ramos de. Inclusion of parents in children's clinic of psychoses. Estilos clin. [online]. 2011, vol.16, n.1, pp. 96-115. ISSN 1415-7128.

The childhood psychosis is a severe psychopathology, compromising the child's development in terms of language, social interaction, play, among others. In the psychoanalytic perspective, the maternal and paternal functions has an important role in structuring the psychotic state. In this paper, we proposed to present the case of a girl of ten years with a diagnosis of childhood psychosis, discussing some aspects of the evolution of care, and parental inclusion in child psychotherapy and changes in mother-daughter. Rose reflections on the relationship with the Other in childhood psychosis and the possibilities of these children to be subjectively.

Keywords : childhood psychosis; diagnosis; psychoanalysis.

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