Desenvolvimento psicossexual nos distúrbios do desenvolvimento sexual (DDS) em jovens: a importância da psicologia/ Psychosexual development in divergences of sex development (DSD) in young people: the importance of psychology

Maria Ivonice do Carmo, Neuza Biguinati de Barros

Abstract


O presente estudo é uma revisão sistemática sobre o tema Desenvolvimento Psicossexual nos Distúrbios do Desenvolvimento Sexual (DDS) em jovens, que há décadas tem se constituído como um problema e um desafio para os profissionais da saúde. Objetiva, portanto, pontuar como diversos autores referenciam esta temática e qual os impactos que os distúrbios do desenvolvimento sexual produzem nas pessoas com DDS; assim como nortear as proposições das teorias psicológicas, tais como o olhar das estratégias de saúde, implicando em contribuir com a promoção do bem estar psíquico e físico, o qual visa minimizar as produções de “não pertencimento”, os sentimentos de angústia e sofrimento pela ausência de identificação e adequação de corpos de crianças e jovens adultos acometidos pelos DDS. Apesar de existirem muitos estudos desenvolvidos sobre essa temática abrangendo as mais variadas áreas de interesse, estes ainda causam, dentre as interlocuções atuais em diversos contextos, estranhamentos, dúvidas e polêmicas. Os desdobramentos do levantamento acerca da temática, por fim, objetiva a desconstrução dessas percepções que fogem a realidade, e favorecer a construção psicossocial do portador de DDS, uma vez que determinará a adequação entre a sua identidade sexual e a identidade de gênero.


Keywords


Desenvolvimento psicossexual, Distúrbios do Desenvolvimento Sexual, Psicologia.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv4n3-171

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