2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-863x2007000200010
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A mãe, o filho e a síndrome de Down

Abstract: Resumo: O presente estudo objetivou investigar, psicanaliticamente, as experiências de mães na criação e educação de filhos com síndrome de Down. A pesquisa consistiu na realização de entrevista aberta individual com quatro mães. Após cada encontro, foram redigidas narrativas psicanalíticas visando apreender os campos psicológico-vivenciais, no contexto dos quais se tornam visíveis eventuais movimentos de superação de dissociações. Foram encontrados dois campos: "O desaparecimento do filho perfeito" e "O que s… Show more

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“…Following the research tradition that values group meetings (Duchesne & Haegel, 2005), we use the differentiated research framework called "group interview to approach the collective personality" (Avila, Tachibana, & Vaisberg, 2008;Corbett, 2009;Martins, 2007). This framework is organized around the use of the Thematic Drawing-Story Procedure, which was developed by AielloVaisberg (1999), from the diagnostic instrument designed by Trinca (1976).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Following the research tradition that values group meetings (Duchesne & Haegel, 2005), we use the differentiated research framework called "group interview to approach the collective personality" (Avila, Tachibana, & Vaisberg, 2008;Corbett, 2009;Martins, 2007). This framework is organized around the use of the Thematic Drawing-Story Procedure, which was developed by AielloVaisberg (1999), from the diagnostic instrument designed by Trinca (1976).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We think that the supervision space must perform the same functions as the environment that is good-enough in childhood, encouraging well-being through respect for the pace of emotional development of the individual (Aiello-Vaisberg & Granato, 2006;Couto, Tachibana, & Aiello-Vaisberg, 2007;Granato & Aiello-Vaisberg, 2009). Considering the above, this study aimed to psychoanalytically investigate the collective imaginary of psychology students regarding the first clinical consultation.…”
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“…In the case of disabled children, the different spaces refer to the inter-relationships among the environments in which the child and family participate, which can either favor or hinder the family's internal functioning. 19 The authors of a study 20 investigating the experience of mothers in raising children with Down syndrome verified that professionals seem to have difficulties understanding the needs of families and in providing conscientious care and welcoming the families. Instead, they act in an evasive manner or restrict themselves to merely transferring information, not dealing with or becoming concerned with the family's emotional dimension.…”
Section: Predicting the Implementation Of Appropriate Policies And Prmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Excepting the signifi cant differences in the clinical conditions and clinical evolution between Down syndrome and pervasive developmental disorders, we mention the study by Couto, Tachibana and Aiello-Vaisberg (2007), conducted with mothers of children with Down syndrome. The authors report two major concerns of these mothers that are also concerns of mothers of children with pervasive developmental disorders: the disappearance of their perfect child and a concern about what will happen to their children when they are no longer there.…”
Section: Psychotherapy Of Pervasive Developmental Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%