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FENDER, Wilian Donnangelo  e  MORETTO, Maria Lívia Tourinho. Construction, communication, transmission: a possible path for a psychoanalyst in a multidisciplinary team. Rev. SBPH [online]. 2020, vol.23, n.1, pp. 3-15. ISSN 1516-0858.

Communicating a psychoanalytic treatment has its difficulties. Since Freud, converting the material from sessions into a communicable and transmissible material is a challenge. Communicating something important to the treatment of a patience to a hospital team is also tough. Given this conundrum, the object of this article is to present the relation between the construction of the clinical case, its communication and the transmission that can result from this process, between peers or in the context of a multidisciplinary team. Our hypothesis is that the analyst can more easily communicate by assimilating the notion of psychoanalytic construction of a clinical case. To that end, we will present an interpretation of how these relations are found in the clinical case in medicine, the clinical case in psychoanalysis and the construction of a clinical case as a team endeavor in institutions. Lastly, we will discuss the communication of the case based on what was previously presented and on the transmission of the psychoanalysis, ending with a proposition about how to attenuate the conundrum identified. Our conclusion is that, in order to communicate with a team, a refinement beyond that obtained with the construction of the case and the resulting knowledge is required.

Palavras-chave : construction; clinical case; transmission; communication; psychoanalysis.

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