The Silent Child (Chris Overton, 2017), received the Academy Award for best short film in its 90th edition, 2018. In addition to its aesthetic merits, it has the virtue of including a multiplicity of topics related to the psychoeducational field, to the professional ethics and the Right to Identity. To address this complexity, four professors and three postgraduate thesis students from the University of Buenos Aires were invited to contribute ideas from their respective specialties. This article is the result of this dialogue, in its initial phase through the writings presented by each of them. This introductory article is expected to promote new inquiries, contributing to interdisciplinary thinking in the field of health and education.
Key words: Deafness | School | therapy | domestic violence | sign language