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Estudos Interdisciplinares em Psicologia

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COMIS, Débora Trombini; BIAZUS, Camilla Baldicera  e  TOLFO, Ana Cristina Antunes Rezende. The sufficiently narrative therapist in the children's psychoanalytic clinic. Est. Inter. Psicol. [online]. 2020, vol.11, n.1, pp.71-97. ISSN 2236-6407.

The writing of this research moves four important theoretical questions within the psychoanalytic clinic: childhood, play and narrate. It will be sought along this route to weave relations between them so that it is possible to reflect on the place and the function of the psychologist in the child psychoanalytic clinic starting from the notion of narration, starting from a psychoanalytic theoretical reference of Winnicottian approach. The research was carried out with three professionals of the area, who are important authors within the scenario of the child psychoanalytic clinic and, who is currently occupying, reflections on the narrative function of the psychotherapist. The data collection was based on a structured questionnaire and the data were interpreted by the content analysis method. From the research, it was possible to think of some specificities of the child psychoanalytic clinic as the role of play and the space of the parents in the psychotherapeutic process besides problematizing the notion of narration in the setting taking into account the specificities of this clinic.

Palavras-chave : child psychoanalytic clinic; play; narrate.

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