Basic Family Relations, Parental Bonding, and Dyadic Adjustment in Families with a Member with Psychosis

Mariona Roca, Anna Vilaregut, Carolina Palma, Francisco Javier Barón, Meritxell Campreciós, Laura Mercadal

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The aim of the current study is to describe and explore basic family relations, parental bonding, and dyadic adjustment in families with offspring diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. The sample was made up of 120 participants, 60 in the clinical group (GCL) and 60 in the comparison group (GCP). All participants were assessed using the basic family relations evaluation questionnaire (CERFB), the parental bonding instrument (PBI), and the dyadic adjustment scale (DAS). The results showed differences between the clinical and comparison groups in terms of perceptions of basic family relations, dyadic adjustment and parental bonding. The clinical group recorded less favorable results for all of these variables. More specifically, the study observed significant differences between the groups in parental function, overprotection and caring. This study deepens our understanding of how family assessment and relational diagnoses can serve as prevention and intervention tools for families affected by a psychotic disorder.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)1262-1268
Número de páginas7
PublicaciónCommunity Mental Health Journal
Volumen56
N.º7
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 oct 2020

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