Processes requires the realization of a psychodiagnosis to applicants that will be converted, arrived the moment, the parents of the child who will be integrated into the family. In a process psychodiagnosis can’t miss never view what the horizon of the study that prompted and, on merit, both the final conclusions of the evaluation and psychological exploration techniques administered along the same choice must be consistent with its purpose. As well as in a psychodiagnosis to assess the existence of psychic harm and the degree of disability determined by a mental disorder, the emphasis is on a psychopathological diagnosis; in the case of a psychodiagnosis destined for an adoption judgment the emphasis will be on all those elements able to demonstrate the ability of the members of the couple to include a third at home, symbolic third in the psyche of each of the members of the parental couple. That does not mean that It can be overlooked the clinical evaluation regarding the existence of a psychic pathology of importance in prospective parents, since eg. psychotic disorders, disorders related to substance abuse, etc. constitute an obstacle that should be reported if it is detected. It means that the adoptive theme is the central evaluation point once mental pathology has been properly discarded.
So is the projective techniques as the H.T.P., very useful in the evaluation and the objectification of anxiety disorders in the oriented psychodiagnostic diagnose pathology, can and should be evaluated according to what is being sought to know in a case of adoption. This implies a move away from a useless mechanical evaluation of a projective technique to make a craft task which is considered in the first place what is the objective of the evaluation to not overlook what is really important and saturate the conclusions with unnecessary detail that will never be useful to anyone. The objective is to meet some of the members of that couple, their desires, their ability to interact among themselves and with others. If the conclusions of a psychodiagnosis get lost in data and irrelevant details and does not describe something about the place that exists for the child to be adopted in the psyche of those who expect it, the task have failed even when the work has been thorough and accurate. Indicators such as doors and Windows, appropriate branches in the tree, arms outstretched, etc. are more important than stopping to evaluate any signs of anxiety in the strokes or the pressure of the pen on the paper. The Test of the two people, of the family or family Kinetica, current and/or prospective, will serve to substantiate the conclusions that relate to a suitable dynamic link of the couple and a symbolic space earmarked for the new Member of the family.