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Prävention bei Paaren: ein bewältigungsorientierter Zugang


Bodenmann, Guy (1996). Prävention bei Paaren: ein bewältigungsorientierter Zugang. System Familie, 9(2):74-81.

Abstract

Based upon the idea that preventive programs for couples should help to stabilize close relationships and should enable them to take a more positive course, a new approach to helping couples to better deal with everyday stress is proposed. The components of the training are discussed and several targets briefly presented (the improvement of individual and dyadic coping, the enhancement of own stress communication, the enhancement of decoding stress signs in the partner, etc.). The training is based upon empirical data from several studies conducted in our lab and data from other researchers in the domain of individual stress and stress in the relationship.

Abstract

Based upon the idea that preventive programs for couples should help to stabilize close relationships and should enable them to take a more positive course, a new approach to helping couples to better deal with everyday stress is proposed. The components of the training are discussed and several targets briefly presented (the improvement of individual and dyadic coping, the enhancement of own stress communication, the enhancement of decoding stress signs in the partner, etc.). The training is based upon empirical data from several studies conducted in our lab and data from other researchers in the domain of individual stress and stress in the relationship.

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Other titles:Preventive programs for couples: a new approach
Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Psychology
Dewey Decimal Classification:150 Psychology
Date:1996
Deposited On:27 Jul 2012 10:00
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 15:54
Publisher:Springer
ISSN:0933-3053
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