Configuración narrativa de la experiencia de Violencia Obstétrica, Maternaje y procesos resilientes en una mujer universitaria: "Fuiste un Monstruo Poderoso"
Afkerian, E. y Ariza, A. (2021). Configuración narrativa de la experiencia de la Violencia Obstétrica, Maternaje y procesos resilientes en una mujer universitaria: “fuiste un monstruo poderoso”. [Tesis de pregrado Universidad Santo Tomás]
reponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Santo Tomás
instname:Universidad Santo Tomás
Afkerian Colmenares, Estefany Madeleine
Ariza Quiroga, Angie Yamile
This is an investigative-interventional proposal that aims to condense the narratives of a university mother, understanding her narrative configuration of the experience of obstetric violence and her Mothering, to recognize elements that facilitate and hinder her resilient processes. Generating emerging understandings about the phenomenon, inspiring possible paths towards a respected Birth. Consequently, it was worked epistemologically from constructivism, social constructionism, complex thought and language ontology. The methodology was of a qualitative second-order type: a single-type case study, with a clinical intervention of five sessions, using techniques such as reflective conversational scenarios, narrative Therapy, cartography and conversational narrative, using instruments such as: timeline, Sluzki's network map, and therapeutic documents. Among the most important results is the recognition of the VO phenomenon as complex, dynamic and as an organized experience in language and relationships. In this sense, the participant manages to resignify the birth event, narrate herself beyond her motherhood and connect with her own emotionality, giving space to the problem to be treated and to be able to generate concrete actions that favored her own resilience and that of others. Reflections and re-understandings that increasingly bring us closer to the notion of a respected birth.