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MENCARELLI, Vera Lúcia; BAPTISTA, Adriana Micelli  e  VAISBERG, Tania Maria José Aiello. Being and doing differentiated settings: the little princess and the plant's poison of the forest. Estilos clin. [online]. 2017, vol.22, n.2, pp. 319-338. ISSN 1415-7128.

This work investigates the mutative potential of using personalized fictional stories to reveal to children and adolescents the diagnosis of organic diseases. It is set around psychology sessions of an HIV+ adolescent which were transcribed in the form of transference narratives and examined under the Ambrosio and Vaisberg Procedure for evaluation of psychotherapeutic benefits. Adopting this procedure, it was possible to verify that the use of stories favored a mutative experience of transition from a defended and dissociated position to a more integrated and less anxious position, characterized by the possibility of greater tolerance to suffering when the option of belonging to ordinary life is offered. Clinical and reflective dialogues with Winnicot psychoanalysis finalize the text, evidencing the passage of a HIV+ diagnosis from a subjective object to an object that belongs to the shared world.

Palavras-chave : HIV children; HIV disclosure; psychoanalytic method; differentiated setting; psychotherapeutic change.

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