ID 110439
Title Transcription
ショウニカ デ ミラレル シンシンショウ
Title Alternative
The supportive intervention for the children with psychosomatic disorder at outpatient clinic
Author
Ninomiya, Tsuneo Department of Nursing, School of Medical Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Keywords
children with psychosomatic disorder
negative self-esteem
ego-overcontrol
ego-resilience
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Many children have undergone stressful experiences, and have been in jeopardy for maladaptation due to a variety of life stresses, including disturbances of parent-child relationship, ineffective peer relation, difficulties in adapting successfully to the school environment. The presence of these cumulative life stresses has been shown to be related to an increase in number of psychosomatic disorders in children. Children with psychosomatic disorder revealed the internalizing behavior problem (e.g., withdrawal, somatic complaints, anxiety-depression), negative self-esteem, ego-overcontrol and the decline in social competence. Psychological supportive intervention was focused on amelioration and remediation of children's vulnerability, and promoted competent adaptation and resilience in response to varying environmental circumstances. As with positive appraisal of oneself and ego-resilience, children cope more adaptively to varying adversity. Utilizing intervention strategies on family dynamics can facilitate the treatment process.
Journal Title
四国医学雑誌
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
56
Issue
2
Start Page
40
End Page
45
Sort Key
40
Published Date
2000-04-25
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language
jpn
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departments
Medical Sciences