AUTONOMOUS FAMILIES: A TAYLORED MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH & INTERVENTION

Integrated Researcher: Monica Pires (GO)

Multiproblem families have several indicators of vulnerability, difficulties of a different nature and dysfunctional relational and communicational patterns that tend to repeat themselves across generations. They are often at risk of psychosocial risk and chronic socio-cultural deprivation, perpetuating a cycle of poverty. This mixed methodology project follows an investigation-action design aimed at promoting skills and empowermentt familiar. “Empowering” these vulnerable families, through a multidisciplinary intervention centered on the family, will contribute to their resilience, greater autonomy, capacity for self-organization, self-regulation and to deal with problems, promoting reflection and experiencing new forms of interaction. The project includes several moments (initial assessment and the effect of the intervention), focusing on individual and family variables.

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