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Faced with this brief socio-political scenario, a series of economic, health and governmental conditions present in the field of mental health in the country can be seen. In this sense, Carrasco and Yuing (2014, p.99) indicate that the implementation of the plan “has gone hand in hand with changes in the organization of the management and execution of government social policies that, as a consequence, have configured new forms of relations between the state, subjectivities and civil society ”. These transformations that have been taking place in our national context need to be reviewed, even more so those micro-scenarios of daily interaction of the actors involved and the contextual conditions of systemic clinical practice in the field of subjective discomfort in public devices.
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In this sense, Pakman (2009, p. 63) points out that professionals have also been influenced by this general framework, therefore:
“Pressured by families who expect them to help them in this way, and not necessarily in a way that therapists consider that psychotherapeutic help must be provided, professionals are also pressured by the health system, which requires them to meet objective parameters outside to other difficulties in the family and which are limited to objective diagnostic categories where the social is not the decisive element ”.
All of the above leads us to think about how to articulate a critical view of systemic clinical practice in public spaces. To reach a propositional point about the social, relational and political conditions involved in the current therapeutic activity. The need to review these points has to do with a trend that conceives mental health as a highly relevant socio-political aspect, mainly for the most vulnerable sectors of a health system that tries to translate alienating practices in a certain way in its professionals (technologization and thoughtlessness) and that ultimately ends up constituting a biopolitical device for the normalization of life in the majority of people faced with subjective discomfort. (Rose, 2012)
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When there are two authors, their surnames are separated by "and". In this context, Gómez and Zapata (2000) establish that the purely individual conception that dominated mental health problems changes with the consideration of the contextual and social factors of the diseases, replacing the purely pathological notion of the modern medical model. Despite this, there was an increasingly significant trend on the relational aspects of the human being, leading the various disciplines of mental health to consider the psychosocial aspects involved in the approach and intervention of health problems.
However, and in the face of an eventual domination of therapeutic practices by Psychology, some important clarifications and statements appear in some academic articles on the relevance of the identity of the social worker in these areas and practices. (Álvarez, et al., 1992)
ABOUT REFERENCES BOOKS:
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Aylwin, N and Solar, M. (2009). Family Social Work. Chile: Editions Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
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Olson, M. (1997). "Conversation" and "text": two languages for a perspective of therapy that is sensitive to gender . In M. Pakman (comp). (pp. 195-244). Spain: Gedisa.
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Reyes, D. and Díaz, M. (2017). The Place of Systemic Clinical Practice in Social Work: A Critical Essay on the Professional Experience of Two Social Workers in a Severe Abuse and Sexual Abuse Reparation Program. Electronic Journal of Social Work of the University of Concepción . 16, 63–77.
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Reyes, D. (2019). Cartography of Clinical Social Work in Chile: a history under construction and a professional comment. . Number 34, (161-199). DOI. https://doi.org/10.29344/07171714.34.2191
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Alicea, L. (November 13, 2020). Conceptual theoretical update sexual abuse. Classes of the Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work: Chile.
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Reyes, D. (2016). Clinical Social Work, Subjectivity and Systemic Psychotherapy . (Master's Thesis). Recovered from http://repositorio.uchile.cl/handle/2250/145231