A Phenomenological Study Addressing the Reinforcement of Emotional Ties Between Parent and Child Through the Elaboration and Evaluation of Dyadic Art Therapy Groups

A Phenomenological Study Addressing the Reinforcement of Emotional Ties Between Parent and Child Through the Elaboration and Evaluation of Dyadic Art Therapy Groups

A Phenomenological Study Addressing the Reinforcement of Emotional Ties Between Parent and Child Through the Elaboration and Evaluation of Dyadic Art Therapy Groups

A Phenomenological Study Addressing the Reinforcement of Emotional Ties Between Parent and Child Through the Elaboration and Evaluation of Dyadic Art Therapy Groupss

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Référence bibliographique [1748]

Plante, Pierre et Bernèche, René. 2008. «A Phenomenological Study Addressing the Reinforcement of Emotional Ties Between Parent and Child Through the Elaboration and Evaluation of Dyadic Art Therapy Groups ». Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, vol. 21, no 1, p. 18-34.

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1. Objectifs


Questions/Hypothèses :
«Using a qualitative approach, this research intends to discover if, for the [...] population of child-parent dyads [under study]:
- A treatment plan using art expression could be effective in positively modifying the parent-child relationship;
- An art therapeutic approach presents any positive effects on the parent child dynamic.» (p.18)

2. Méthode


Échantillon/Matériau :
14 dyades mère-enfant provenant du quartier Hochelaga-Maisonneuve à Montréal

Instruments :
Guides d’entretien semi-directif et non directif

Type de traitement des données :
Analyse de contenu

3. Résumé


«This study examines the elaboration and evaluation of 3 art therapy dyad groups with the objective of strengthening the emotional ties between parents and children. Using a phenomenological approach, the following positive results were observed: A strengthening of the relationship within dyads by promoting empathy between partners; A transformation, or wish to transform the daily communication routines to include greater consideration of each member’s needs; the modification of each member’s perception and representation of the other, and ultimately, a more adaptive stance towards conflicts.» (p.18)