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dc.contributor.authorUnzueta Callirgos, Ximena*
dc.date.accessioned2018-01-16T19:16:14Z
dc.date.available2018-01-16T19:16:14Z
dc.date.issued2017-08
dc.identifier.issn1657-8961
dc.identifier.doi10.11144/Javerianacali.PPSI16-1.ssgp
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10757/622531
dc.description.abstractObjective. To explore the constructed meanings of suicide in a group of psychoanalytic psychotherapists from a formation center in Lima. Method. A phenomenological design from the qualitative model consisting of two stages was used. For the fi rst stage 54 psychoanalytic psychotherapists participated, and for the second stage, 8 participants from the fi rst stage who were involved with patients with suicide ideations and/or attempts were selected. The collecting techniques used were: a data sheet and natural semantic networks for the fi rst stage, and for the second, a detailed interview. Results. The psychotherapists evoke diverse meanings around the suicidal phenomenon, which can be organized into three axis; the patients, the therapist and their countertransference, and the treatment. Conclusion. The meanings are constructed with a foundation of individual experiences, so that countertransference is a psychoanalytical concept that allows for the comprehension of the dynamic between suicidal patients and their therapists, and how it infl uences the creation of mutual meanings. Likewise, the psychotherapists employ the meanings as a manner of giving signifi cance to and comprehending suicide. Keywords. Suicide, psychotherapy, countertransference.
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dc.publisherPontificia Universidad Javerianaes
dc.relation.urlhttp://revistas.javerianacali.edu.co/index.php/pensamientopsicologico/article/viewFile/1580/2299es
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccesses
dc.subjectSuicidioes
dc.subjectPsicoterapiaes
dc.subjectContratransferenciaes
dc.subjectSuicidees
dc.subjectPsychotherapyes
dc.subjectCountertransferencees
dc.titleSignificados sobre el suicidio en un grupo de psicoterapeutas psicoanalíticoses
dc.title.alternativeMeanings of Suicide in a Group of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapistses
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/articlees
dc.identifier.journalPensamiento Psicológicoes
refterms.dateFOA2018-06-16T00:20:02Z
html.description.abstractObjetivo. Explorar los signifi cados construidos en torno al suicidio en un grupo de psicoterapeutas psicoanalíticos de un centro de formación en Lima. Método. Desde el paradigma cualitativo, se utilizó un diseño fenomenológico en dos etapas. En la primera participaron 54 psicoterapeutas psicoanalíticos y en la segunda se seleccionaron ocho participantes que tuvieran contacto con pacientes con ideaciones o intentos suicidas. Las técnicas de recolección empleadas fueron, para la primera etapa, una fi cha de datos y las redes semánticas naturales; y, para la segunda, una entrevista en profundidad. Resultados. Los psicoterapeutas evocaron diversos signifi cados frente al fenómeno del suicidio, los cuales pueden organizarse en tres ejes: el paciente, el psicoterapeuta y su contratransferencia y el tratamiento. Conclusión. Los signifi cados son construidos a partir de las propias experiencias. De esta manera, la contratransferencia se presenta como un concepto psicoanalítico que permite la comprensión de la dinámica entre los pacientes suicidas y los psicoterapeutas, y, a su vez, infl uye en la creación de signifi cados mutuos. Por su parte, los psicoterapeutas emplean estos signifi cados como una forma de dar sentido y comprender el suicidio.
html.description.abstractObjective. To explore the constructed meanings of suicide in a group of psychoanalytic psychotherapists from a formation center in Lima. Method. A phenomenological design from the qualitative model consisting of two stages was used. For the fi rst stage 54 psychoanalytic psychotherapists participated, and for the second stage, 8 participants from the fi rst stage who were involved with patients with suicide ideations and/or attempts were selected. The collecting techniques used were: a data sheet and natural semantic networks for the fi rst stage, and for the second, a detailed interview. Results. The psychotherapists evoke diverse meanings around the suicidal phenomenon, which can be organized into three axis; the patients, the therapist and their countertransference, and the treatment. Conclusion. The meanings are constructed with a foundation of individual experiences, so that countertransference is a psychoanalytical concept that allows for the comprehension of the dynamic between suicidal patients and their therapists, and how it infl uences the creation of mutual meanings. Likewise, the psychotherapists employ the meanings as a manner of giving signifi cance to and comprehending suicide. Keywords. Suicide, psychotherapy, countertransference.


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