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PIMENTEL DE-MEDEIROS, Antônio Gabriel Araújo et al. Cognitive behavioral psychological duty in the CoViD-19 pandemic. Rev. bras.ter. cogn. [online]. 2021, vol.17, n.1, pp. 58-65. ISSN 1808-5687.

The Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Service has developed a psychological duty protocol that integrates the UNICAP CO-VIDA project, coordinated by the Humanitas Institute. The activities developed through the PSI CO-VIDA subproject focused on timely attention at the time of the pandemic to the academic community and the general population in order to alleviate psychic suffering. This paper aims to present the intervention protocol and the profile of the clientele served in addition to the satisfaction survey conducted after online calls on the Google Meet platform. A four-phase cognitive-behavioral protocol was developed for individual application with an average duration of 30 minutes. Six trained psychologists performed 28 services and the data analyzed indicate that the majority of the participants were female, students of the institution and already had some experience of previous psychological and/or psychiatric treatment. The most frequent demands were anxiety, stress, sadness, family conflict, academic difficulties and procrastination, as well as guidelines for the prevention of mental health. The findings corroborate data from the literature on the psychological effects of the pandemic. In general, feedbacks indicated a high level of satisfaction with the assistance and with the benefits perceived after the intervention.

Palavras-chave : psychological duty; care in crisis; Pandemics.

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