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SANTEIRO, Tales Vilela et al. Group process mediated by movies: space and time to think over Psychology. Rev. SPAGESP [online]. 2014, vol.15, n.1, pp. 95-111. ISSN 1677-2970.

This article reports the use of film resources to welcome Psychology freshmen and to develop psychologists' clinical skills. Three Psychologists and a student conducted weekly activities with volunteers (between 11 and 23 participants) in a clinical training school of a Psychology course. Participants evaluated the project in every six months, in the beginning and in the end of the activities. 31 commercial films were exhibited during 32 encounters among a closed group. Supported by the group work and metaphors in films, participants could share experiences when entering university and the Psychology course.

Keywords : motion pictures; psychologist education; operative groups; Clinical Psychology; college students.

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