Volume 15, Issue 2 (Autumn & Winter 2018)                   CPAP 2018, 15(2): 51-64 | Back to browse issues page

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Family Contraceptive Model Design for the Treatment of Outbreaks in Children: A Qualitative Study. CPAP. 2018; 15 (2) :51-64
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-1252-en.html
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This study was aimed to combine family therapy and play therapy in order to treatment children’s externalizing problems based on qualitative research and content analysis. Needed information for constructing content, techniques and structure was obtained from two sources. First, by reviewing main perspectives of family therapy and play therapy, basic concepts and component of every perspectives were extracted and similarities between them were gained. Secondly, 10 professionals of family and child, 14 children with externalizing problems and their parents were interviewed about familial factors and intervention considerations. Using information gathered, family play therapy model was constructed in 8 sessions so that whole family participate in first part of each session and parent would be present in second part without children. Content of first part was consist of increasing all member self-differentiation and autonomy and intimacy, correcting improving members interaction, anger management and discipline and content of second part was giving information about child’s characteristics and needs, skills for better relation with child (verbal, non-verbal, quality time) and creating parent coordination. Main techniques of family play therapy were reflection of emotions and behaviors, game, activity and drama, questioning, relabeling, tracing. Games and activities for each session are introduced and finally the basis of eclecticism were discussed in following.

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