Therapeutic accompaniment (TA) has become a new clinical device that goes through potential community spaces as a means of psychosocial support. This paper addresses the relation between clinical action of TA and interdisciplinarity in health services, linked with psychosocial support initiatives. The purpose of this paper is to provide suggestions regarding the proposition of new practices targeting mental health patients, by appraising production of meaning of initiatives carried out in TA in favor of subjective demands. This paper adopts a qualitative approach, in which four (4) subjects were supervised on clinical case surveys during one year, approximately. It is believed that, by promoting inclusion and rehabilitation, TA patients can be understood as subjects of the treatment itself, thus acknowledging the challenging entirety of human nature implied, in which the reflection upon each case asks for expanding the realm of knowledge of the many professional specialties involved.
Therapeutic management; Caring; Mental health; Health professionals; Health technology