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Therapeutical activities as technologies of caring in mental health

Cláudia Mara de Melo Tavares, Maria Angélica Branchat, Sandra Conceição, Bruna da Silva, Renata Knust

Abstract


The research aims at to describe the technologies to care created by the professionals of a Service of Psicossocial Atention (NAPS). The  theoretical perspective  to use is the rehabilittion psicossocial. The research was carried through by means of a exploratory field study with the multiprofessional team of NAPS. The results had shown that 87% of the activities had been created in the period of implantation of the job, having the art as therapeutical strategy and as main motivation the necessity of functioning of the job in accordance with the demand of the users. We conclude that, innumerable activities are today important tools in the development of the therapeutical process, constituting in its majority in a territory for the free expression and shelter of the person in psychic suffering.


Keywords


Educational Technology; Nursing Care; Mental Health

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17665/1676-4285.20024793



 

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