A ‘Certidão de Vida’: Uma ferramenta para trabalhar o luto em Singapura

  • Mohamed Fareez Centro de Serviços da Família Cheng San (AMKFSC Serviços Comunitários Ltda.)
Palavras-chave: terapia narrativa, luto, ‘Certidão de Vida’, morte, morrer, externalizar, documentos terapêuticos, testemunhas externas, cerimônia de definição, Conversas de re-member

Resumo

Este artigo apresenta uma alternativa à formal e impessoal certidão de óbito – a ‘Certidão de Vida’, um documento narrativo terapêutico que presta homenagem às vidas daqueles que morreram. O artigo mostra exemplos de ‘Certidões de Vida’ utilizadas, assim como um mapa de seis etapas de prática narrativa que pode ser seguido simultaneamente, para ajudar a renegociar o relacionamento das pessoas com o luto.

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Biografia do Autor

Mohamed Fareez, Centro de Serviços da Família Cheng San (AMKFSC Serviços Comunitários Ltda.)

É assistente social na ensolarada Ilha de Singapura, onde ele atualmente é o chefe do Centro de Serviços da Família Cheng San (AMKFSC Serviços Comunitários Ltda.). Em seu trabalho, está interessado em desenvolver formas de integrar as ideias narrativas à gestão de projetos no serviço social e no trabalho comunitário em Singapura. Fareez
também trabalha com pessoas impactadas pelo luto e a perda, nas quais ele valoriza as ideias de ‘re-member’ como contra-histórias importantes ao discurso dominante do trabalho com luto. Fareez escreve sobre essa experiência como assistente social em seu blog www.fareez.sg, também uma maneira de entrar em contato com ele.

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2019-05-04
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Fareez, M. (2019). A ‘Certidão de Vida’: Uma ferramenta para trabalhar o luto em Singapura. Nova Perspectiva Sistêmica, 28(63), 5-20. https://doi.org/10.38034/nps.v28i63.472
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