Ohana – Terapia de Grupo Colaborativa e o Construcionismo Social

Celia Quintas

Resumo


Esse artigo se baseia em um projeto de trabalho de terapia em grupo chamado Ohana1 que aconteceu em um ambiente ambulatorial em um hospital psiquiátrico local. A participação dos membros do grupo na co-criatuação de novo conhecimento para uma melhor compreensão das relações humanas e a busca do bem estar comum foram examinadas através de uma investigação qualitativa, usando a metodologia de pesquisa de ação participativa. Este artigo busca gerar novas reflexões e, portanto, impactar o campo das práticas na saúde mental, em particular da terapia de família. Pode oferecer novos caminhos e compreensão dos trabalhos de terapia em grupo com indivíduos considerados doentes mentais crônicos . Além disso, ilustra como é a prática das ideias construcionistas sociais em um ambiente de trabalho em grupo, expandindo nossa consciência e aproximando nossa humanidade no tratamento de pessoas que foram diagnosticadas com doença mental. 


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terapia em grupo; construcionismo social; saúde mental

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