María Antonieta Pezo del Pino*
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
*Corresponding Author: María Antonieta Pezo del Pino, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Received: February 11, 2020; Published: February 24, 2020
The transmission of psychoanalysis is a fairly broad topic, since it usually involves thinking about how psychoanalysts are formed and everything that makes up a formation. But for those of us who are dedicated to working with mental health professionals, who need tools that allow them to recognize the essence of a welcoming listening, the way in which the feeling of the other gives access to personal content, which mobilizes them, seems necessary. use some tools that go beyond a transmission of theoretical contents, concepts and their articulations with the clinic. In this proposal, we want to share the experience of using therapeutic mediators, such as dramatizing and pictography in a group Mediators that allow access to other psychic records that puts the professional in contact not only with the patient's feeling as with his or her feeling in that situation. Recognize that, in their countertransference, there are not only elements captured by an attentive listening, and yes by the effect of the presence of the other. Presence that mobilizes and captures unique, unrecognizable records with just an attentive listening when saying. Presence that imposes an intersubjective link, which needs to be deciphered in order to facilitate that the consultant not only feels heard, such as recognizing in what some sense says, presence that stimulates reflection on his saying, thinking.
Keywords: Therapeutic Mediator; Teaching; Psychic Suffering; Family
Citation: María Antonieta Pezo del Pino. “Therapeutic Mediations and Their Use in Teaching: Family Psychic Suffering" Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 4.3 (2020): 01-04.
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