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http://g1.globo.com/rio-de-janeiro/noticia/2012/04/em-entrevista-sean-estava-tenso-e-desconfortavel-avalia-psicanalista.html


O psicanalista Luiz Alberto Py, contratado pela família brasileira do garoto Sean Goldman, de 11 anos, para realizar uma análise comportamental do adolescente durante a [/color]entrevista[/font][/color][/size] à rede de TV americana NBC, afirmou que o menino estava "tenso e desconfortável". A entrevista foi mostrada no Brasil com exclusividade, no domingo (29), pelo [/color]Fantástico[/font].[/font]
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"Causou dor olhar a entrevista e ver o menino submetido a isso. De certa forma eu vejo com otimismo como ele consegue driblar esse desconforto. O Sean é um menino muito forte. É um sobrevivente, com a personalidade muito forte, felizmente", afirmou o psicanalista na tarde desta segunda-feira (30), em coletiva à imprensa. "E essa pessoas fortes tendem a se sentir amadas. Sean deve pensar: 'Poxa, me amam tanto que até brigam por mim'", avaliou Py, acrescentando que considerou a entrevista "invasiva" e "desnecessária".
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Segundo o psicanalista, a exposição pode causar um dano ao menino, mas "isso só pode ser avaliado por um terapeuta".
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[/size]In an interview, Sean was "tense and uncomfortable ', says psychoanalyst


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The psychoanalyst[/font][/color][/size] [/color][/size]Luiz[/color][/size] [/color][/size]Alberto[/color][/size] [/color][/size]Py[/color][/size],[/color][/size] [/color][/size]hired by the family[/color][/size] [/color][/size]of the[/color][/size] [/color][/size]Brazilian[/color][/size] [/color][/size]boy[/color][/size] [/color][/size]Sean[/color][/size][/color][/size]Goldman[/color][/size], 11[/color][/size],[/color][/size] [/color][/size]to conduct[/color][/size] [/color][/size]a behavioral analysis of[/color][/size] [/color][/size]a teenager[/color][/size] [/color][/size]during[/color][/size] [/color][/size]an interview with[/color][/size] [/color][/size]U.S. television network[/color][/size] [/color][/size]NBC[/color][/size],[/color][/size] [/color][/size]said the[/color][/size] [/color][/size]boy was[/color][/size] [/color][/size]"tense[/color][/size] [/color][/size]and uncomfortable[/color][/size]."[/color][/size][/color][/size]The interview was[/color][/size] [/color][/size]shown[/color][/size] [/color][/size]exclusively[/color][/size] [/color][/size]in Brazil[/color][/size] [/color][/size]on Sunday[/color][/size] [/color][/size](29)[/color][/size] [/color][/size]by[/color][/size] [/color][/size]Fantastic[/color][/size].[/color][/size]"It has caused pain to look at the interview and see the child subjected to that.Somehow I see with optimism as he can get around this discomfort. Sean is a very strong boy. It is a survivor with a strong personality, fortunately," said the psychoanalyst on the afternoon of Monday (30), at a press conference. "And thatstrong people tend to feel loved. Sean should think, 'Wow, I love it so much that even fight for me'," he said Py, adding that the interview considered "invasive" and "unnecessary."According to the psychoanalyst, exposure can cause harm to a child, but "this can only be evaluated by a therapist."



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