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CARVALHO, Nádia Giulian de; CHUN, Regina Yu Shon  e  MONTILHA, Rita de Cássia Ietto. Group processes with family members: the perception of undergraduates in speech and language pathology. Rev. CEFAC [online]. 2015, vol.17, n.4, pp.1079-1089. ISSN 1516-1846.


to verify the perception of undergraduates in Speech and Language Pathology regarding the management of family groups and to analyze the selection process, the management of activities and the impact of groups in the therapeutic process.


we design a qualitative cross-sectional study. The sample consisted of 19 fourth-year students. In relation to data collection, we performed three focus groups with different participants, by using guiding questions. The groups were recorded for subsequent transcription and analysis, according to the criteria of repetition and relevance. Categories were established following the objectives of the research.


different issues emerged during the group discussions from the undergraduates' perception. The discussions led to: the change of feelings; the development of an analytical view; knowledge about the therapeutic setting as a space to reconstruct meanings and subjectivities; the meaning of activities as resources to achieve objectives; the supervision as a space to clarify questions; the self-assessment of the individual performance in the context of group dynamics; and the contribution of information shared in the group during the therapeutic process of the subject.


understood on the interface between Speech and Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy, the selection, development and management of the activities with family members aggregate values during undergraduate training, and also corroborate the importance of this process for undergraduate students. By using groups, including family members early in the learning process during undergraduation may contribute to a professional training focused on integral and humane care.

Palavras-chave : Human Activities; Professional-Family Relations; Health of Specific Groups; Language.

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