Connect is an evidence-based attachment-based intervention for parents of adolescents aims at improving the parent-child relationship quality and reducing childrens' behavioral problems. The present longitudinal research includes a sample of 24 parents (M = 49.33, SD = 5.32, 83.3% mothers) to analyze the effects of their participation in the online version of the programme (eConnect) on their adolescent children's (M = 13.83, SD = 1.76) insecure attachment and behavioral problems, and parental strain and sense of competence. Mixed models showed an increase in parental satisfaction and a reduction in parental strain, adolescents' avoidant attachment and behavioral problems, providing promising information on the implementation of eConnect and the possibility of working with parents to improve their adolescents' wellbeing.

Lavorare con gli adolescenti attraverso un intervento per i genitori: uno studio pilota sull’implementazione del programma d’intervento eConnect basato sull’attaccamento

Barone L.;Tracchegiani J.;Benzi I.;Carone N.;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Connect is an evidence-based attachment-based intervention for parents of adolescents aims at improving the parent-child relationship quality and reducing childrens' behavioral problems. The present longitudinal research includes a sample of 24 parents (M = 49.33, SD = 5.32, 83.3% mothers) to analyze the effects of their participation in the online version of the programme (eConnect) on their adolescent children's (M = 13.83, SD = 1.76) insecure attachment and behavioral problems, and parental strain and sense of competence. Mixed models showed an increase in parental satisfaction and a reduction in parental strain, adolescents' avoidant attachment and behavioral problems, providing promising information on the implementation of eConnect and the possibility of working with parents to improve their adolescents' wellbeing.
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