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Title: Cartografia por imagens em uma experiência de clínica
Authors: Pinheiro, Janayna Araújo Costa
Keywords: Clínica;Subjetividade;Saúde Mental;Cartografia;Arte;Cidade;Clinic;Subjectivity;Mental health;Cartography;Art;City
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2009
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Citation: PINHEIRO, Janayna Araújo Costa. Cartografia por imagens em uma experiência de clínica. 2009. 127 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Psicologia Institucional) - Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Vitória, 2009.
Abstract: Psychiatric Reform in Brazil has been going through several changes since the approval and the effectuation of the 1988 Brazilian Constitution. The questioning about the health system functioning was an indication of the need to think and to build other kinds of practices and knowledge. The reform movement achieved political dimensions and fought for a health program that was complete and decentralized, for the universality in access and for the preservation of autonomy, counting with popular participation in its social control. It is known that the reform defends the dismantle of psychiatric hospitals and the responsibility share with the community, intertwined with a psychosocial care network. Such network is composed not only by the assistance services (basic health care units, psychosocial care centers, therapeutic home services, general hospitals, family health care program) but also by schools, employment, squares, parks and why not? the streets. In this sense, the research aimed to follow the transformation process of subjectivities through cartographic perspective and filmed images in the paths of users of the therapeutic home services at Santana, in Cariacica, Espírito Santo. The cartographic process happened along the paths taken by residents, opening a discussion about what we have called clinic, about the care network in mental health and questioning what have we contributed as health professionals. Since the opening of the houses, in 2004, it has been built interaction devices with the community and usage strategies for what the city has to offer. The filmed documentation was done in the neighborhood with residents that accepted being recorded. The research field was the street and the subjectivity productions that happened in such transition context. The images emphasized the itinerary in action and the relationships in process in such transition field. We considered the paths as effects of the house-device and that through such device it is possible to amplify the health care network beyond the socalled care services. The research called us to reflect on the connections in process that can expand life; to question what we call network in the context of mental health clinic; and yet inquire into what have we called clinic and how this practice under construction is set to work. For such endeavor we started out with the articulation of the social institutional clinic to arrive at the visibility of the movements that bring out expressions, discourses and the production of meetings, of unexpected situations and of experiences, shifting the established subjective productions. Changes have being built in the daily life of the therapeutic home residents since their exit from hospitals and every time they go out somewhere. Such changes encompass not only new home address but also, at each path they take, the relationships they build with other people and with their neighborhood.
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