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The common objectives of all the Laboratories are:

1. To establish the conditios for the development of the research and extension projects of professors, undergraduate and graduate students  and associated researchers;

2. To provide support for the activities of the stritu senso graduate courses;

3. To create the conditions for the developmet of the research of both master and doctoral students;

4. To divise actions to contribute towards the integration of both the graduate and the undergraduate programs by offering undergraduate students the opportunity to work with their graduate colleagues in their research projects;

5. To give support to activities geared towards profissional training at the level of their expertise, therefore contributing to the advancement of both research and clinical expertise among professionals of the field of psychology and related areas;

6. To give support to extension activities and projects in the area of clinical expertise and production of knowledge of the Laboratory;

7. To give support to e-learning activities in the area of research and knowledge production of the Laboratory;

8. To establish exchanges with researchers, research groups and institutions of various nature at regional, national and international levels geared towards the development of joint activities that may contribute to the enrichment of the Program.

 
Activities of the Laboratories

- Study groups with undergraduate and graduate students.

- Research orientations

- Orientations of dissertations and theses

- Research and post-doctoral activities

- Orientations of research and clinical supervision of undergraduate students

- Orientation of students that hold scholarships in Extension Projects.

- Participation in interinstitutional resarch projects.

- Orientation and preparation of undergraduate and graduate students to participate in scientific events  – to make oral paper presentations, teach courses in their áreas of research and so forth.

- Consulting activities and development of projects in partnership with public and governmental  organizations.

- Development and supervision of long term Extension Projects.

- Clinical praticum for the undergraduate professional training program held at - Center of  Psychological Studies and Practices.

 


Laboratory of Mental health and Culture

The goal of the Laboratory is to produce knowledge regarding phenomena in contemporary days that are relevant for clinical psychology: crises intervention and  suicide prevention; health issues and psychic suffering in midle age and old age; gender and its interactions with personality and development throughout the life-cycle. The group is also interested in the study of subjectivity, of various forms of psychotherapies, hipnosis and its impact in the body and mental health, and religion. Another objective of the Lab is to develop especific strategies of evaluation and treatment including both individual and group approachsin the areas of mental health promotion and prevention.

Research Group:

Dr. Marcelo da Silva Araújo Tavares - Coordinator

Dr. Gláucia Ribeiro Starling Diniz

Dr. Julia Sursis Nobre Ferro Bucher-Maluschke

Dr. Maurício da Silva Neubern

Dr. Sheila Giardini Murta

Dr. Vera Lúcia Decnop Coelho

Graduate Students - Doctorate and Masters

Undergraduate Students

Researchers and Professionals that work in partnership with members of the Laboratory.

Research Areas:

Mental Health and Culture

Interactional Processes in the Context of Couples, Families, Groups and Communities

Members of Research Groups at CNPq – National Council for the Scientific Developmet of Brazil :

Complex Sistems: Couples, Families and Comunities - Gláucia Diniz (Leader) and Júlia Bucher-Maluschke (Vice-Leader).

Mental Health, Crises Intervention and Suicide Prevention- Marcelo Tavares (Leader).

 


Families, Groups and Communities Laboratory

The general goal of the Laboratory is to produce knowledge in order to understand the complexity of human existence in relation to both family and community. The interests of the group are geared towards investigating processes such as drug addictions, a juvenile delinquencies, the processes of marginalization of children and adolescents, the insertion of persons with physical handcaps in society, violences, and sexual abuse. The main intention is to develop research methodologies geared towards health promotion and prevention. Another objective is to use these contribuitons to promote reflexions about the social role of psychologists and to device strategies that may help build new practices and possibilities of psychological interventions. The overal intention is to face and deal seriously with the challenges placed to psychology by contemporary society.

Research Group

Dr. Liana Fortunato Costa – Coordinator

Dr. Maria Fátima Olivier Sudbrack

Dr. Maria Inês Gandolfo Conceição

Dr. Silvia Lordello

Dr. Isabella

Graduate Students - Doctorate and Masters

Undergraduate Students

Researchers and Professionals that work in partnership with members of the Laboratory.

Research Area:

Interactional Processes in the Context of Couples, Families, Groups and Communities

Members of the Research Group at CNPq – National Council for the Scientific Developmet of Brazil:

Drugs, Youth and Complexity - Maria Fátima Olivier Sudbrack (Leader).

 


 

Psychoanalysis and Subjectivity/subjectiveness Laboratory

The general goal of the Laboratory is to conduct analytic studies of the  processes of subjectivity/subjectiveness from modernity to contemporaneous events; to study the fundaments of psychoanalysis and its inter-relations with culture, taking into consideration aspects related to the history of thought and of cultural products,  particularly the art and literature; to understand the transformations that have occured  from  the advent of the theory of sexuality to the theory of Eros and their implications for the understanding compreensão and treatment of transference in psychoanalysis; to investigate the maternal  identity articulated to feminine sexuality in order to apprehend and understand the fantasmatic and inconcientes na formação psíquica do bebê.

Research Group

Dr. Terezinha de Camargo Viana - Coordinator

Dr. Daniela Scheinkman Chatelard

Dr. Dioni Lula Zavaroni - Associated Researcher

Dr. Eliana Rigotto Lazzarini

Dr. Luiz Augusto Monnerat Celes

Márcia Teresa Portela de Carvalho -  Associated Researcher

Dr. Tania Cristina Rivera

Graduate Students - Doctorate and Masters

Undergraduate Students

Researchers and Professionals that work in partnership with members of the Laboratory.

Research Area:  

Psychoanalysis, Subjectivity and Culture

Members of the Research Group at CNPq – National Council for the Scientific Developmet of Brazil

Psychoanalysis of subjectivity: drive, art and culture – Dr. Terezinha de Camargo Viana (Leader).


 

LaboratOry of Psychopathology, Language and PSyChoANaLySis

The general goal of the Laboratory is to develop research related to the speach acts present in the psychotherapeutic setting. The intent is to understand the  psychopathologic process and the subsequent psychodiagnostic; to investigate mental health public policies geared towards alcohol and other drugs; to understand  adolescence in conflict with the law and subjected to security measures;  to study the interactions between gender relations and mental health; to research clinical psychology in its relationship with neurosciences; to research the psychoanalitical intervention  with children and their families; the psychopathologies of early infancy - autism and psychosis;  to study early intervention in psycotic and correlated types of crises and the  promotion of mental health; to study psychopathologic processes in adolescense and its relations with violence.

Research Group:

Dr. Valeska Zanello - Coordinator

Dr.  Deise Matos do Amparo

Dr. Francisco Martins

Dr. Ileno Izídio da Costa

Dr. Maria Izabel Tafuri

Graduate Students - Doctorate and Masters

Undergraduate Students

Researchers and Professionals that work in partnership with members of the Laboratory.

Research Areas:   

Psychopathology, Psychotherapy and Language

Mental Health and Culture

 

Members of the Research Group at CNPq – National Council for the Scientific Developmet of Brazil:  

Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Epistemology and Language - Francisco Martins (Líder) e Ileno Izídio da Costa (Vice-líder).

WEB Page: http://labpsicopato.wordpress.com/

 


 

PRODEQUI Laboratory: studies and Atention to Quemical Dependencies

PRODEQUI Laboratory has as its main goal to contribute for the evolution of scientific   questions and clinical approaches geared towards dealing with Quemical Dependencies and the involviment of human beings with drugs. In the context of Clinical Psychology, the research focus is on studies to understand the dimensions of the suffering of the person, the family as well as of the contexts in whivh drug abuse is manifested. The intention is to develop and build theoretical-methodologic basis for both preventive and therapeutic interventions in the area. The drugs/alcohol situation is understood from a complexity and systemic perspective. The theme of chemical dependencies challange professionals and researchers and lead both inevitabily to search for interfaces with several areas of scientific knowledge. The gravity it entails requires devising multi, inter and transdisciplinary approaches.

Research Group

Dr. Maria Fátima Olivier Sudbrack - Coordinator

Dr. Liana Fortunato Costa

Dr. Maria Inês Gandolfo Conceição

Graduate Students - Doctorate and Masters

Undergraduate Students

Researchers and Professionals that work in partnership with members of the Laboratory.

Research Area  

Interactional Processes in the Context of Couples, Families, Groups and Communities.

Members of the Research Group at CNPq – National Council for the Scientific Developmet of Brazil:  

Drugs, Youth and Complexity – Dr. Maria Fátima Olivier Sudbrack (Leader).