Entre interdições e possibilidades: uma revisão bibliográfica das práticas online em psicologia nos últimos 21 anos no Brasil

Emmanuel Itallo da Silva Santos, Lorena Vila Nova Asfura, Luciana Maria Trindade Lucena, João Vitor Cabral da Cunha
2021 Research, Society and Development  
With the emergence of the covid-19 pandemic and the need for social isolation, the Federal Council of Psychology (CFP) recommended to the category the suspension of all face-to-face activities in the national territory, except those considered emergency, which provided changes and adjustments to the acting. With that, the already growing discussion about the subject is even more urgent. The objective of this research is to carry out an integrative literature review regarding psychological
more » ... ces carried out online, from 2000 to 2021, in Brazil. It was intended to relate the productions found with the discussions proposed by the technical standards launched by the CFP over time. The methodology used was the integrative review, given its potential to systematize studies and allow the construction of new knowledge, selecting works from online search platforms. As a result, it was noticed that most of the works returned have an investigative character, in order to analyze the effectiveness of these practices, and thus contribute to discussions about their regulation. In addition, research on the ethical aspects of this action, as well as opinion polls on the subject, were found. From the growing adherence to information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the resolutions published by the CFP, more specific researches emerged within the theme. The need for new productions on the different aspects of online psychology is evaluated, especially with the urgency of this debate in recent times.
doi:10.33448/rsd-v10i14.22266 fatcat:6bjeogptrfds7c3tceehhs56me