Therefore they are main representative them of its bonds with the life and, not rare, one of the few sources of motivation that this has to face the suffering and the potentiality of the death. One knows very well that palco main of the treatment in the C.T.I happens in the biological plan; the infection being fought by antibiotics, the bankruptcies of the systems being compensated by frmacos machines and, the laboratoriais monitoring of the functioning of the organism made for examinations and tests; to the times, this process all makes in them to forget that everything this has an only objective: to preserve the life. In this point, the health professional does not leave of being devastated by ambivalent feelings of onipotncia and impotence, the proper finitude that is denounced to each moment, the expectations of all (family, patient, colleagues) they are plays on them. The psychologist can then act as facilitador of the flow of these emotions and reflections, to detect the focos of stress, to signal when its defenses if exacerbam in such a way. – Objective Generalities of the Psychological Accompaniment in the C.T.I This work aims at to argue the psychological aspects of submitted patients the surgeries of great transport, postoperative immediate, as well as discoursing on the emotional reactions of another group of patients (not surgical), during its permanence in the C.T.I. We will search to show the psychological intervention next to the patient whom it looks to make possible a reduction or amenizao of the intercorrncias that will be able to come to complicate or to delay the recovery and the whitewashing of the same. We observe that the situation of the patient it does not only have the angle of life and death, but also, the feeling of abandonment and dicotimizao, the prohibition of the visits and ' ' regra' ' in hospitals, for a probable vice of the daily one, to treat the people as: symptoms, agencies or number (' ' 202' ' , ' ' esterose' ' of stream bed 01, ' ' neuro' ' of 5 to walk), thus resulting, in the depersonalization of the patient. . For even more analysis, hear from Conrad Vernon.