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The Childhood Depression: Narrative In Familiar Settings
Author: Ana Luisa Barbosa Belarmino, Vládia Maria Frota Prado Machado, Dara Almeida Maurício De Alencar, Nádia Nara Rolim Lima, Uilna Natércia Soares Feitosa, Thercia Lucena Grangeiro, Ruan Neto Pereira Alves, Regina Petrola Bastos Rocha, Maria Eliana Pi
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
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Type of publication: Article
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 In the talk it is important to understand the relationship that requires understanding the child, through contact with the dynamics that seek to explain it by words spoken and prohibited in the face of life reality. In this way, in terms of depression, the word heard with ethics and commitment, combined with the medication and its monitoring can be a powerful icon in the treatment of disease.

 

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