Cogenitorialità e funzionamento familiare nell’epoca del Covid-19

Titolo Rivista TERAPIA FAMILIARE
Autori/Curatori Alessandra Santona, Giacomo Tognasso, Lucia Porcedda, Laura Gorla
Anno di pubblicazione 2022 Fascicolo 2022/129 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 14 P. 129-142 Dimensione file 748 KB
DOI 10.3280/TF2022-129008
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A partire dall’inizio della pandemia causata dal Covid-19, per le famiglie con bambini, in particolare, si è verificato un drammatico flusso di eventi stressanti concorrenti. In particolare, il lockdown ha costretto genitori e figli a convivere nello stesso contesto condividendo scuola, lavoro, vita di coppia e familiare. Gli Autori hanno portato avanti un’indagine per valutare l’impatto della pande- mia sulle relazioni cogenitoriali e familiari. Sono state esplorate le dimensioni dell’Integrità familiare e Conflitto attraverso la Coparenting Scale e quelle della Forza Familiare, Comunicazione Familiare e Difficoltà Familiari attraverso lo Score-15. Hanno risposto 626 genitori e i risultati hanno indicato che nella mag- gior parte dei casi i soggetti avevano percepito la famiglia come risorsa ottenendo punteggi migliori rispetto a quelli dei campioni normativi. Lo studio rappresenta uno stimolo a considerare le relazioni familiari come un focus rilevante sia per la ricerca sugli effetti psicosociali della pandemia causata dal Covid-19 sia per la progettazione di interventi consulenziali e preventivi nel contesto della psicologia dell’emergenza.;

Keywords:cogenitorialità, lockdown, funzionamento familiare, famiglia, Covid-19.

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Alessandra Santona, Giacomo Tognasso, Lucia Porcedda, Laura Gorla, Cogenitorialità e funzionamento familiare nell’epoca del Covid-19 in "TERAPIA FAMILIARE" 129/2022, pp 129-142, DOI: 10.3280/TF2022-129008