Treinamento Comportamental e de Mindfulness sobre o Estresse Parental e a Relação entre Pais e Filhos

  • Yors Alexander Garcia Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz & The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  • Ivonne Andrea Grau Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz
Palavras-chave: Estresse parental, Mindfulness, Relações pais-criança, Problemas comportamentais


O principal objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar a efetividade de um tradicional procedimento de treinamento de pais combinado a um treinamento de mindfulness na redução do estresse parental e no aumento de interações positivas entre país e filhos. Utilizou-se um delineamento com pré-teste e pós-teste e com um grupo. Durante as fases de pré-teste e
pós-teste, aplicaram-se o PSI, o FFMO e o PCRI-M para avaliar estresse parental, mindfulness e relação entre país e filhos, respectivamente. A intervenção durou oito semanas, em que se implementaram o treinamento de pais e o de mindfulness. Os resultados demonstraram que o treinamento combinado foi efetivo na redução do estresse parental, no aumento de mindfulness e na melhora da relação entre país e filhos.


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Biografia do Autor

Yors Alexander Garcia, Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz & The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Departamento de Psicologia

Analisis de la Conducta

Ivonne Andrea Grau, Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz

Departamento de Psicologia

Analisis de la Conducta


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