The effect of implementing a family-friendly program (based on the MBCT approach with parent-child interaction) on the reduction of parental anxiety and separation anxiety disorder in children and adolescents.
The effect of implementing a family-friendly program (based on the MBCT approach with parent-child interaction) on the reduction of parental anxiety and separation anxiety disorder in children and adolescents.
Volume 4, Issue 2, 2019, Page 79-90
Authors : Narges Rahmani , Saeed Teymouri

Abstract :
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of family planning on reducing the sensitivity of parents' anxiety and reducing anxiety disorder in children and adolescents. The research method was semi-experimental with pre-test and post-test with control group. In this study, two groups of children and adolescents were randomly divided into two groups of experiments and controls (30 people) in two groups of experiments and controls (30 people). After the personal intervention program was implemented in 8 sessions in the experimental group, both groups were evaluated using measuring instruments. in this study , Anxiety sensitivity One of the components of anxiety is that it has a detrimental effect on healthy behavior. This cognitive structure was first addressed by Reese and McGregor Reese McNally. Studies have shown that anxiety levels are pervasive in the general population. However, when this factor exceeds a certain level, it is threatened, as it provides the conditions for negative emotional states. It is also thought to have negative consequences, such as "fear of fear" or fear of anxiety-based symptoms such as heart rate, sweating or chills. Thus, anxiety sensitivity is often associated with a psychological risk factor and a relatively stable trait.

Keywords :
separation anxiety , anxiety sensitivity , adaptive family