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Accompaniment (Social psychology)


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    • Psychosocial accompaniment
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    • found: Work cat: Mutual accompaniment and the creation of the commons, 2019:page 2 ("Accompaniment", the concept is used when speaking of accompanying the ill who are also poor, those caught in prison and detention system, political dissidents, refugees ...) page 13 (it is this offering of human connection, socialcultural understanding, and action on political and cultural levels against oppression and for liberation that I am calling psychosocial accompaniment.)
    • found: Psychology of liberation, 2009:page 222 (Psychosocial accompaniment as an encounter between the community and the social psychologists with the goal of constructing liberating knowledge. Psychosocial accompaniment is a process offering the displaced person a space to recognize their emotional experience along with the possibility to express their feeling afterward, reflecting on the facts implied by violent acts)
    • found: Borders and debordering, 2018:page 26 (Psychosocial accompaniment) page 27 ("Accompaniment" is a term currently used in social medicine, peace activism, human rights, pastoral support, social psychology, and liberation psychology)
    • found: Psychosocial Approaches to Peace-Building in Colombia,. 2014:page 67 (Psychosocial accompaniment is a process marked by respect, acknowledgement of the human dignity of the person who has suffered displacement, a process which seeks to establish bonds and bridges for the renewal of confidence in a work of successive, respectful rapprochement, aimed at opening up the psychosocial relationship, to reach the heart of others from within oneself, through mutual recognition in everyday dialogue, in active listening and in shared work and play.)
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    • 2019-06-27: new
    • 2019-10-04: revised
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