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Análise Psicológica

versão impressa ISSN 0870-8231

Aná. Psicológica v.18 n.4 Lisboa nov. 2000

 

Elementos psicoterapêuticos na reabilitação dos sujeitos com incapacidades físicas adquiridas

 

Rui Aragão Oliveira (*)

 

 

RESUMO

O autor aborda as principais questões inerentes ao processo psicoterapêutico dos sujeitos com incapacidades físicas adquiridas, salientando por um lado a dimensão dos processos relacionais na evolução da doença física, e por outro lado definindo as questões do suporte social como um recurso importante para a promoção da saúde, influenciando temáticas como a mortalidade, a morbilidade e o isolamento social; este último especificamente desencadeado pela incapacidade física adquirida.

São realçados os aspectos psicológicos envolvidos nos casos particulares dos doentes hemiplégicos, vítimas de Acidente Vascular Cerebral, e dos sujeitos que sofreram amputações, procurando simultaneamente oferecer uma panorâmica geral dos contributos dos múltiplos autores que, nas últimas duas décadas, têm de uma forma mais ou menos exaustiva, tomado este assunto como objecto de investigação.

Palavras-chave: Psicoterapia, suporte social, hemiplégia, amputação.

 

 

ABSTRACT

The psychotherapeutic aspects of people with disabilities are the main aim of this paper. Relational process and social support are discussed as two main topics of this specific population. Relational dimensions of physical handicap people are discussing as well as social support, mortality, morbidity and heath improvement.

Psychological variables are considered in the case of stroke patients and amputees. The main studies of the last decades are discussed.

Key words: Psychotherapy, social support, stroke, amputees.

 

 

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