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  1. Introduction
  2. Objectives Stage
  3. Specific objectives
  4. Functional description of the internship location
  5. Description of Work Team
  6. Schedule of activities / Hours
  7. Conclusion

Gain knowledge through articulation between theoretical concepts and practical experiences in order to contribute to the recovery, prevention and health promotion in order to improve the quality of life of people with problems caused by use and dependence on alcohol and other drugs as well as to their families; in the context of the Unified Health System (SUS) depending on the current theoretical conceptions of the Brazilian Psychiatric Reform (RPB) and the current National Mental Health Policy.

Conduct consultations in the context of SUS aiming to understand and intervene on psychological distress, allowing the reworking and reframing subjective demands and social inclusion of the institution's users, suffering through preventive work, reducing damage and socioterápico under the biopsychosocial and spiritual perspective together with an interdisciplinary team.

[...] Support individual user guidance. The intern will meet the individual user, when necessary, in order to prepare you for the service group. This is not a psychotherapeutic care, or be accompanied by a technical, but should be discussed in supervision. Care guide individual families of users: when demand this service should be performed by the technicians of CAPS or by the trainee, having psychotherapeutic connotation. It aims to inform the family about the user and their treatment, and how it (the family) can contribute to it. [...]

[...] Supervised plan in clinical psychology 1. IDENTIFICATION Intern: Antonelly Brenda dos Santos Silva Number of Registration: Address: Rua Visconde de Albuquerque 185, apt 404, Madalena, Recife / PE. CEP 50610- Stage area: Clinical Psychology Sub-Area: Mental Health Stage location: Psychosocial Support Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Eulâmpio Lamb (CAPSad - located at Rua Rondônia Lamb, Recife - PE, CEP: 50720-710. Phones: 3228-3200 / Preceptor: Erika Randau. CRP: 02/ INTERNSHIP PROGRAM General Information Internship Period: April to November 2008. Start of Supervised Internship April End Stage I supervised: July Start of Supervised Internship II: August Termination of Supervised Internship II: November Hours Supervised Internship Hours foreseen: 268 hours Total for Time: 19 hours Shift: Morning and Afternoon Days and times: Mondays from 14 to 17h (UFPE); Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 08:00 to 12: 00hs (CAPSad-EC) Supervised II: Hours foreseen: 338 hours Total for Time: 20 hours Shift: Morning and Afternoon Days and times: Mondays from 14 to 17h (UFPE); Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 08:00 to 12: 00hs and Fridays from 08:00 to 13: 00hs (CAPSad- EC). [...]

[...] S. (2003). Psychosocial clinical practice building dialogue with the psychotic said client. Psychology Science and Profession p. 34-41. Yozo, R.Y. K games for groups: A psychodramatic approach for companies, schools and clinics. Ronaldo Yudi K. Yozo. London: Agora ZIMERMAN, OSÓRIO, & col. (1997) we work with groups. Porto Alegre: Medical Arts. [...]

[...] Organizing Committee of the III CNSM. Final Report of the III National Mental Health Conference. Brasilia, 11-15 December 2001. Brasilia: National Board of Health / Ministry of Health Sudbrack, M., SEIDL, M. & COSTA, L. (eds) Prevention of drug abuse: say yes to life. Vol 2. Brasilia: CEAD / Unb; SENAD / SGI / PR SON VIEIRA (1998). Psychosocial Clinic: therapies, interventions theoretical questions. Recife: Ed University of UFPE . Vieira Filho, N. & G. Morais, S. R. [...]

[...] The CAPSad - EC serves adults with disorders arising from the use and dependence on psychoactive substances. Has an interdisciplinary team focused users and their families, focusing on program More Life, a harm reduction program resulting from the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Are harm reduction strategies: expanding access to health services through field work; the distribution of supplies (syringes, needles, pipes) to prevent infection of HIV and Hepatitis B and C among drug users; the development and distribution of educational materials for users of alcohol and other drugs informing the safest forms of alcohol and other drugs and about the negative consequences of substance use; accident prevention programs and violence associated with the consumption, and increasing the number of treatment units to the harmful use of alcohol and other drugs, among others. [...]

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