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OLIVEIRA, Ingrid Bergma da Silva  and  SANT'ANNA, Denise Bernuzzi de. Micropolitic actions in the mental health field: weaving knowingness on behalf of one handmade care. Rev. NUFEN [online]. 2017, vol.9, n.1, pp. 127-147. ISSN 2175-2591.

This article is part of the findings of a doctorate cartography research that focused on practices that connected aesthetic experience, body and mental health care. The data were collected from the immersion in group conducted by an occupational therapist in a CAPS of Belem / PA. In this article, we highlight issues that are currently present in psychosocial care, touching on the difficulties of professionals and the devices of the psychosocial care network (RAPS), but focusing, above all, on what success can be experienced in these territories by accessing open extracts that escape from oppressive modeling. The results of the research point out that those who experience psychic suffering do not want formatted answers, such as a diagnosis, for what they are afflicting, but a more effective care in which they feel inspired and accepted. In this sense, micropolitical actions potentiate transformative movements that encourage the subject to participate in the construction of new realities

Keywords : Cartography; Care; Mental health; Occupational Therapy.

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