Experiencia narrativa y corporizada en las violencias de parejas, intervención grupal desde el teatro
Páez Méndez, L. A., Pérez Romero, A. y Vallejos Moreno, A. L. (2019). Experiencia narrativa y corporizada en las violencias de parejas, intervención grupal desde el teatro. Universidad Santo Tomás. Bogotá, Colombia
reponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Santo Tomás
instname:Universidad Santo Tomás
Páez Méndez, Laura Alejandra
Pérez Romero, Andrea del Pilar
Vallejos Moreno, Angélica Lorena
The research / intervention work was assigned to the Master of Clinical Psychology and the family of the University of Santo Tomás, as part of the Psychology, Family and Networks group and to the Psychology, Human Systems and Mental Health line, linked to the macroproject of Stories and family narratives in diversity of contexts; The general objective was to understand the reconfiguration of the narrative experience and embodied in couples in situations of violence, in the use of other narrative means such as theater and its relationship with the body in processes of group attention, from the assumptions of the systemic, constructivist, constructionist and complex approach. In this way, the work was made through the reflective method, using the principles of cybernetics and second order qualitative research, through a multiple case study. For the processing of the information, categorical matrices established in a deductive way were developed and a conversational narrative analysis was carried out. It is specified that the research / intervention was developed in the SAP USTA, with four couples in situations of violence, in two couple scenarios. and two of group attention, answering the problem question How to understand the reconfiguration of narrative experience and embodied in couples in situations of violence, in the use of other narrative means such as theater and its relationship with the body in care processes group? Within the understood understandings violence is understood as exercises of not legitimation of the self and of the other, where the absence of metacommunicative frameworks, the crystallized conceptions around gender roles, exercises of domination-obedience and control are highlighted. as configurators of them. In this way, it is recognized as possibilities of change in nexus with the theater and the processes of group attention, the coconstruction of mobile agreements, relationships configured from trust, metacommunicative exercises, consensual distribution of power and performative capacities. Finally, the narrative and embodied experience is understood as a territory in which meanings and meanings are inscribed, as linguistic emergencies susceptible to being reconfigured.