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Revista da Abordagem Gestáltica

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BATISTA, Ana Laura; FLOR, Tatyanne Couto  e  SILVEIRA, Ricardo Wagner Machado da. Knowledge and practices of therapeutic accompaniment with children: a literature review. Rev. abordagem gestalt. [online]. 2017, vol.23, n.1, pp. 55-62. ISSN 1809-6867.

Due to the scarcity of studies on Therapeutic Accompaniment (TA) with children, recognizing the importance of contributing to the study on the subject, we seek to understand how the TA works with this population, by performing a bibliographic research about the topic. Therefore, the present study is done through a literature review from the Brazilian scientific productions in the last 14 years (2001-2015), considering scientific articles and dissertations. It is used the bibliographic research method, based on the systematic review, meta-analysis and content analysis from other publications. In conducting this analysis, different scenarios of TA practice with children were recognized, with more emphasis to those carried out in the school context and a few papers in scenarios such as shelters, community centers, programs with specialized activities and the city itself. Based on the literature review we realized how scarce the publications are, related to this paper. However, we also realized the richness of possible action fields of TA with children. Another aspect that caught our attention was the lack of studies and reflections on the TA work in relation to the families who have children accompanied.

Palavras-chave : Therapeutic accompaniment; Clinical; Children; School inclusion; Family; Literature research.

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