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The author proposes in this phenomenological study the presentation of the Client System concept in the area of Health Sciences of Transactional Analysis, through a Narrative Study anchored in a literature review. It provides a basis for understanding the importance of knowledge and interaction of health professionals with client support groups - the Client System - when involved at some point in the health-disease continuum. It reflects on the impact that the loss of physical well-being can cause not only on the sick individual, but also on the groups to which they belong, including the health team involved in their search for recovery. It also proposes a more holistic and integrative view of health.
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