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MEDINA CENTENO, Dr. Raúl; VARGAS JIMENEZ, Dra. Esperanza; CASTRO CASTANEDA, Dr. Remberto  e  DOMINGUEZ MORA, Dra. Raquel. Systemic empathic identification among “antisocial” adolescents: critical family therapy as intervention model. Pensando fam. [online]. 2021, vol.25, n.1, pp. 41-56. ISSN 1679-494X.

This clinical research work focuses on adolescents who show their discomfort through antisocial behaviors. It is stands for the hypothesis that the antisocial behavior is a defiance of family authority, in particular the father figure that exercises a coercive breeding. Antisocial behavior occurs in a group stage, along with other peers. The present research proposes to recognize these groups as a phenomenon that we call: Systemic empathic identification among adolescents. Which empowers the teen among their parents and other organizations that demand rules and expectations. A therapeutic route is also proposed that focuses on generating an alliance with the young and their parents in order to recognize each other as worthy and intelligent people and look in their own relational stories and contexts for resources to critically rethink about themselves and resolve the discomfort.

Palavras-chave : Adolescence; Coercive upbringing; Systemic empathic identification; Passive resistance; Active resistance.

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