Query : parentification
- Haxhe, Stéphanie4
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- Alberto Eiguer1
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- Bożena Zdaniuk1
- De Mol, Jan1
- Edward Dickeson1
- Eugenia Karcz-Taranowicz1
- Hooghe, An1
- Jacques, Denis1
- Janne, Pascal1
- Jolanta Piechnik-Borusowska1
- Jolanta Żarczyńska-Hyla1
- Jouve, Perrine1
- لیلا چراغ ملایی1
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The weakening of paternal function in the migration process
‘titrebSummary’/titreb We will propose a rapid overflight of the change in parental authority in the last century. We will then analyse the effects of the migration process on the migrant family and in particular on the paternal image and parentification of children. In the final stage, we will cons...
Study of the process constituting parentification
Study of the process constituting parentification within the dynamic family
Parentification and related processes: distinction and implications for clinical practice
peer reviewed With the emergence of what we call « new families », the place and the role of the child are increasingly questioned. If a child helps a parent or takes care of them, the terms “parentified child”, “parental child” or “adult child” are used equally. However, these concepts hide differe...
The ‘disauthorised’ father
In our company, the deletion of the figure from the city seems to be the rule. Its authoritative function is weakened; at the same time in the families who come to see us, parentification of the child is not exceptional. After pointing out that the cause of the changes should be troubled at the leve...
Negative emotions of childcare professionals facing the placement situation: the light of the attachment theory
The author illustrates how the attachment history of professionals helps to understand in part why the situation of reporting can confront those who do so with violent negative emotions. The author resumes the contribution of the theorie of attachment to phenomene regulation of so-called negatives e...
Study of the process of parentification within the dynamic family
The thesis examines the parentification process and the associated activation/inhibition factors over several generations. On the other hand, it distinguishes parentification from other processes to which it is regularly amalgamated. Thus, while parentification, parentalisation, adultisation, delega...
‘Tanguy’ revisited: from adolescence to ado makes sense: Small thoughts on the late empowerment of some of our young people
Late empowerment (financial, emotional, and health) among many young people is a rapidly growing phenomenon, at the great age of one or both biological parents, not to mention parent-in-law, often also heavily affected by this phenomenon. This article is a somewhat “provocative” attempt, in the etym...
Parentification correlates experienced in childhood and adolescence from the perspective of young adults
Parentification has also been known and studied as role reversal in family. Despite the fact that this concept entered scientific literature in the 1970’s, it has not received adequate attention and its causes and mechanisms have not been fully established. In Poland, parentification has been on the...
The Loneliness and Isolation of the Parentified Child in the Family
<p>Parentification is a phenomenon that occurs in family life, consisting of a reversal of the roles of the child and their parent or parents (Böszörményi-Nagy & Spark, 1973). It is understood as a functional and/or emotional change of roles in which the child subordinates their own needs in ord...
Investigate the Mediating Role of Parentification in the Relationship between Boundary Ambiguity with Family Support, Family Satisfaction and Perceived Stress in Adolescent Girls of Divorced Families
The purpose of this study was to investigate the mediating role of parentification in the relationship between boundary ambiguity with family support, family satisfaction, and perceived stress in adolescent girls in divorce families. For this purpose, 159 Girls from 12 to 16 years old were selected...
Children who act as interpreters for their parents: from parentification to parentalisation
Migrant children are often more comfortable than their parents in the language of the host country and can therefore play an interpreter role within the family. Can this lead to a reversal of parental/child roles and with what consequences? The analysis of thirteen protocols of children aged 8-14 (a...
Parentification within the conflictual parental separation. The case of Marie
Within the conflicting parental separation, the child can take a role as a parent. Parentification is a frequent consequence of these situations. The article presents the clinical case of a 12-year-old girl illustrating the relationship between her family situation and the phenomenon of parentificat...
Toward Understanding the Child's Experience in the Process of Parentification: Young Adults' Reflections on Growing up With a Depressed Parent
Mother’s rewritten biography. On Anna Janko’s Mała Zagłada (Little Holocaust) from a bio-hereditary perspective
Mała Zagłada by Anna Janko makes a particular binarration consisting of tales about the war childhood of the mother (Teresa Ferenc, poetess) and the childhood of the daughter brought up in the shadow of the trauma, and in consequence – about the trauma’s bio-inheritance by subsequent generations, a...
Efectos positivos de parentalización: Estudio exploratorio entre los estudiantes
El objetivo de este estudio fue examinar la relación entre la parentalización y la elección de la carrera: la psicología versus las humanidades. Además, hemos investigado la conexión entre la parentalización por una parte y empatías cognitiva y afectiva, tanto como resistencia, por otra parte. La mo...
Is the Wounded Healer or the Psychologically Inflexible Healer in Undergraduate Psychology and Social Work Programs More Empathic or Willing to Violate Professional Boundaries?
The term ‘wounded healer’ is sometimes used to describe people with a personal experience of adversity who enter a helping profession. Wounded healers have been thought to be both especially suited to counselling - perhaps through greater empathy for those in need - and at increased risk of making p...
Risk Factors and Protective Factors in the Family of Origin in the Biographies of Two Adult Rehabilitation Centre Wards – Case Study of Two Women
The article describes risk factors and protective factors in the family of origin of women who – in their adolescence – were subject to formal control of an institution of a system preventing demoralization of children and adolescents. The theoretical analysis was based on the concept of resilience....