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Estilos da Clinica

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LEITAO, Iagor Brum  and  CACCIARI, Marcella Bastos. The clinical demand of the child: a possible psychoanalysis. Estilos clin. [online]. 2017, vol.22, n.1, pp. 64-82. ISSN 1415-7128.

This paper addresses some issues considered relevant to psychoanalysis with children, such as the concept of repetition (Wiederholen) and the playing, in the light of a clinical case study, result of a first experiment in psychological care in a clinic-school of a Psychology Course, by psychoanalytic approach. Through this case, we aim to demonstrate that it is possible to make room for listening to the clinical demands of the little subject who comes to therapy, in response to the alienation of who brings the child for analysis, and therefore it is possible to preserve the subjective condition of the child in attendance. The case opens space to add to the conditions of child analysis, holding that it is in repetition that the new emerges. In this study, we used fictitious names in order to preserve the participants' identities.

Keywords : child psychoanalysis; demand; repetition; play; clinical case.

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