Vigilant care: constructive dialogues and relational responsibility in violent contexts

  • Marlene Magnobosco Marra Universidade de Brasília – Brasília (DF), Brazil.
Keywords: Sex offenses, Family relations, Child rearing

Abstract

This is a qualitative exploratory study by the “Assistance and Vigilance Research Program on Violence”, focusing on a group of seven sexual abuse survivors and their mothers. The study’s objective is to develop a caretaker protocol for Parent Vigilant Care. Observers register protocol sessions by themes evolving within the action group. The information is organized into categories: 1) Hidden pain, 2) Caring is protecting, and 3) Breaking through isolation. Observation and conclusions focus on the following: 1) The disconnect revealed by mothers and daughters on the role of mothers in their daughters’ lives, 2) The potential for recovery of affective relationships, 3) Respect development for a horizontal or equalization of power, 4) The return or rescue of a mother’s competency and authority.

 

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Published
2020-11-24
How to Cite
Marra, M. M. (2020). Vigilant care: constructive dialogues and relational responsibility in violent contexts. Revista Brasileira De Psicodrama, 28(3), 212-223. Retrieved from https://revbraspsicodrama.org.br/rbp/article/view/448
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Original Papers