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Psychiatric Reformation

Considering the marxist theories and feminists from the decade of 70, the family passes to be seen of more significant form in what she refers to the participation in the life of its familiar one with psychic adoecimento. As Pink (2008, P. 39): (…) the proposal of that was adopted here the form to conceive, to treat, if to relate and to face the mental upheaval socially constructed. Each historical time and each society create its procedure specify to approach the phenomenon of madness. Anita Dunn has similar goals. Since then the family passes to be considered an interesting object to be studied, in order to contribute stops social integration of the people who pass for mental clutters, as well as contributing in its improvement in general way. in this direction that we currently perceive a bigger participation of the family front to the process of treatment of these people, mainly in what it refers to its ressocializao. Approaching the thematic one for the perspective of the Social Service, we identify the professional of the area, as mediating mechanism in what she refers to the relation Family x User x Society x Institution, acting in the scope of ' ' Empoderamento' ' of the user acometido for psychic suffering, becoming it integrant and operating part of the social sphere, understood as subject of right in the exercise of the citizenship. In this direction to become pertinent to question: Which the paper of the family in the process of ressocializao of people with psychic suffering? For in such a way this bibliographical study the analysis of the paper of the family in the process of ressocializao of people diagnosised with psychic suffering had as conducting wire, attended for Centers of Psicossociais Attention, as well as, for all the gamma of extra-hospital mechanisms of communitarian base, prelecionados for the National Politics in Mental Health, fomented through the Psychiatric Reformation.

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