L’intervento nei casi di alienazione genitoriale: una rassegna sistematica della letteratura

Titolo Rivista MALTRATTAMENTO E ABUSO ALL’INFANZIA
Autori/Curatori Maria Cristina Verrocchio, Daniela Marchetti
Anno di pubblicazione 2017 Fascicolo 2017/1 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 17 P. 67-83 Dimensione file 205 KB
DOI 10.3280/MAL2017-001005
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L’alienazione genitoriale è una dinamica familiare disfunzionale caratterizzata da un rifiuto ingiustificato di un figlio nei confronti di un genitore nell’ambito di una separazione coniugale altamente conflittuale. Ricercatori e clinici hanno sviluppato modelli e programmi di intervento specificamente rivolti a nuclei familiari alienati. È stata condotta una rassegna sistematica della letteratura, seguendo le linee guida PRISMA, al fine di raccogliere e sintetizzare i principali modelli e programmi di intervento da applicare nei casi di alienazione genitoriale. Sono state incluse ventiquattro pubblicazioni classificate sulla base della tipologia di intervento proposta e/o valutata: cambiamento di affidamento e programmi di riunificazione, psicoterapia e consulenza psicologica.;

Keywords:Alienazione genitoriale, conflitto di lealtà, rifiuto, intervento psicologico, psicoterapia.

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Maria Cristina Verrocchio, Daniela Marchetti, L’intervento nei casi di alienazione genitoriale: una rassegna sistematica della letteratura in "MALTRATTAMENTO E ABUSO ALL’INFANZIA" 1/2017, pp 67-83, DOI: 10.3280/MAL2017-001005