Therapeutic attendance as a multiplier of auxiliary ego
The therapeutic attendance (TA) is a therapeutic intervention that works with the patient in varied locations – home, work etc. The auxiliary ego (AE) is a psychodrama treatment instrument that helps to bond, reveal circumstances and overcome conflicts through theinteraction between the parties, looking for developing healthier relationships. Our goal is to explain the TA focusing on its function of AE and multiplier of AEs in the community. To this end, a description of two cases of TA will be presented, which helped the development of AEs in the community so that those who were accompanied could pass through in a more satisfactory way. The presence of AEs in the community catalyzed the process of social inclusion of the accompanied ones.