Oficinas terapêuticas: um instrumento eficaz na reabilitação psicossocial para internos de um hospital psiquiátrico

de Farias Pimentel COSTA, Lorena; de Oliveira ARAUJO, Thais; de AZEVEDO, Elisângela Braga; CORDEIRO, Renata Cavalcanti; de Oliveira FERREIRA FILHA, Maria
August 2012
Revista da Universidade Vale do Rio Verde;ago-dez2012, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p104
Academic Journal
Introduction: After the Psychiatric Reform Movement in Brazil, new models of care for patients with psychological distress have been established in order to promote an improvement in the quality of interpersonal relationships and promoting psychosocial rehabilitation. In this context includes the therapeutic workshops that some years has been used as a method of treatment for people suffering from psychological distress. Objective: To describe the experience of nursing in the academic achievement of therapeutic workshops on the premises of a Psychiatric Hospital. Method: This is an experience of nursing students in the development of therapeutic workshops conducted with inpatients in a psychiatric hospital in the city of Campina Grande - PB / Brazil. The workshops took place twice a week during the months from September to April, 2011. Results and Discussion: The workshops were built with PET bottles; Knead Maia and Culinary Art and, after identifying the angst and idleness promoted by the hospitalization to promote effective strategies also in psychosocial rehabilitation of inmates. Patients participating in the workshops proved very interested and realized after construction and outline goals, and shall have the improvement in women's self-esteem and sense of well being touched. Conclusion: It was felt that this strategy allowed the improvement of care of the welfare of users and even a renewal in interpersonal relationships with professionals in the institution and family.


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