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CANAVEZ, Fernanda  and  BRANDAO JUNIOR, Pedro Moacyr Chagas. A case that talks to the net: the analytical listening in the articulation of menthal healt care. Mental [online]. 2009, vol.7, n.12, pp. 139-152. ISSN 1679-4427.

This article discusses the specificity of the role played by psychologists as members of Mental Health care teams, and, in particular, the place reserved for analytical listening within this context. To reach this objective, emphasis is given to a fragment of a clinical case of an adolescent followed up by different Mental Health and Social Assistance teams and even by the Justice, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Our aim was to question the participation of a psychoanalyst in such teams and his responsibility in listening, combined with the other follow-up proposals in face of the difficulties presented by the case under study.

Keywords : Psychoanalysis; Mental health; Clinic; Subjective net; Articulation.

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