Rorschach e sofrimento psíquico grave: funcionamento psíquico nas primeiras crises psicóticas

  title={Rorschach e sofrimento ps{\'i}quico grave: funcionamento ps{\'i}quico nas primeiras crises psic{\'o}ticas},
  author={H. G. D. Silva and Ileno Iz{\'i}dio da Costa},
  journal={Estudos De Psicologia (campinas)},
This is a study about structure and dynamics of the personality of 10 clients in first psychotic-like crises, critically questioning traditional practices in early intervention. Ten clients under individual and family treatment in Grupo de Intervencao Precoce nas Primeiras Crises do Tipo Psicotico were assessed with the Rorschach Inkblot Method in Comprehensive System. Data were compared with international descriptive statistics of schizophrenic inpatients and nonpatient adults, analysis… Expand
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