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Working with Video-feedback in parenting intervention
Author/s: Francesca Manaresi, Annalida Episcopo, Antonella Marianecci, Claudio Paloscia, Loredana Boccia, Alessandro Deiacobis 
Year:  2014 Issue: 34 Language: Italian 
Pages:  22 Pg. 57-78 FullText PDF:  215 KB
DOI:  10.3280/QPC2014-034005
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The way the parents take care of their children has a significant influence on emotional, cognitive, behavioural and relational development. Studies on early childhood showed the influence of early interactive processes on emotional regulation and on emotional, cognitive and social development of the child. The study of interpersonal motivational systems allows us to consider the influence of the different motivational dynamics in parent-child relational processes during development. A multidisciplinary approach characterizes most of the models of clinical intervention on parenting. In this context, clinicians have to consider very accurately all dimensions involved (psychological, relational and social) to organize effective interventions that meet specific priorities and resources available. The use of video and video-feedback is now common practice in clinical work on parenting and an evidence based intervention.
Keywords: Parenting, evidence-based intervention, video-feedback, interpersonal motivational system.

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Francesca Manaresi, Annalida Episcopo, Antonella Marianecci, Claudio Paloscia, Loredana Boccia, Alessandro Deiacobis, Working with Video-feedback in parenting intervention in "QUADERNI DI PSICOTERAPIA COGNITIVA" 34/2014, pp. 57-78, DOI:10.3280/QPC2014-034005


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