Práticas colaborativas dos psicólogos escolares portugueses: Uma análise de tipologias e contextos

Sofia A. Mendes, Ana Isabel Pinto, Isabel Macedo Pinto Abreu-Lima, Leandro Silva Almeida

Resumo


A colaboração entre psicólogos escolares e os vários serviços e profissionais da comunidade educativa é essencial para a prestação de serviços compreensivos, integrados e eficazes a alunos e famílias. Tendo por base a resposta de 477 profissionais a um inquérito eletrónico, este estudo investiga as práticas colaborativas intra e interinstitucionais dos psicólogos escolares portugueses. Os resultados encontrados sugerem que estes profissionais colaboram de forma regular, e com uma vasta gama de propósitos, com uma grande diversidade de entidades, serviços e equipas, internos e externos à escola. Entre as práticas colaborativas reportadas com mais frequência, destaca-se a colaboração dos psicólogos escolares com conselhos de turma, equipas de educação especial, comissões de proteção de crianças e jovens, e serviços de saúde. Os objetivos e a natureza das atividades desenvolvidas no contexto destas e de outras colaborações são explicitados, permitindo concretizar e colocar em evidência a natureza multifacetada do papel dos psicólogos escolares e os seus múltiplos contributos para as escolas. Implicações para a prática profissional, o desenvolvimento da profissão e futuras investigações são apresentadas.


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Psicólogos escolares, Colaboração intrainstitucional, Colaboração interinstitucional.

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