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Revista de Psicologia da UNESP

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CURY JUNIOR, João Elias  and  BENELLI, Silvio José. What voice in the unheard voice? A psychoanalytic listening to recyclable collectors. Rev. Psicol. UNESP [online]. 2017, vol.16, n.2, pp. 26-37. ISSN 1984-9044.

We present an account of an experience in psychotherapeutic group with recyclable collectors, based on the foundations of Freud and Lacan's psychoanalysis. By means of enunciations built on the principle of free association it was possible to observe, along the process, changes/displacements in the subjects which resonated beyond the speaker, reaching parts of the collective. The goal is to show that the favoring of narrative constructions can lead the subject to reposition themselves before their suffering and their surroundings. A relevant aspect to also take into consideration concerning the approach modes used by Mental Health and Social Service teams when addressing to oppressed populations.

Keywords : psychoanalysis; psychotherapeutic group; recyclable collectors; public policies.

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