The psychologist social representation and his activities in the comunitary context
AbstractThe objective of this paper is to present research data about Psychologist Social Representation and his activity. The sample was composed by professionals, health station employees and by people that for the first time searched for psychological assistance in a health center of Florianópolis, in a total of 38 interviewed. It was used a structured sentence questionnaires. The data systematization obeyed comprehensive analysis in a phenomenological base. Data showed that the Psychological Social Representation is of a professional "that deals with emotional problems, helps, orients and talks", with a practice associated with different difficulties, being psychological treatment proposes unknown. It was concluded that it is important to recognize the specificity of psychologist work in health team, by clients and other professionals.
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