Análise de 230 mulheres com dor pélvica crônica atendidas em um hospital público
Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade Federal de Goiás
Este estudo acrescenta informações epidemiológicas e clínicas sobre mulheres com dor pélvica crônica no Brasil. O tratamento clínico e psicoterápico promoveu redução significativa da escala de dor entre a primeira e a última consulta. Laparoscopia não potencializou a redução da dor.
A Constelação Familiar Sistêmica como uma Ferramenta Pedagógica e de Mediação entre Família e Escola
Revista de estudios e investigación en psicologia y educacion
O presente artigo relata a experiência terapêutica de Constelação Familiar ou Sistêmica em uma Escola de Ensino Fundamental e Médio, da rede pública, em Fortaleza-CE, Brasil. O projeto de Constelação Familiar nesta escola surgiu da grande demanda de apoio aos estudantes com dificuldades de aprendizagem e comportamento, percebida pela equipe técnica.
O efeito da constelação familiar na qualidade de vida, ansiedade, depressão, resiliência e na intensidade da dor de mulheres com dor pélvica crônica
JOSÉ MIGUEL DE DEUS
Projeto de pesquisa aprovado pelo Comitê de ética da Faculdade de Medicina da UFG em fase de recrutamento das participantes.
Em publicações anteriores já relatamos que mulheres com dor pélvica crônica (DPC) têm piores escores de qualidade de vida, de ansiedade e de depressão do que mulheres sem DPC. Também observamos que pacientes que participaram de grupos de Constelação Familiar (CF) apresentaram redução na escala de dor pélvica em um estudo de corte transversal com 230 mulheres com DPC.
Family Constellation Seminars Improve Psychological Functioning in a General Population
American Psychological Association
In this RCT study, we investigated the efficacy of FCSs with regard to variables of psychological health. Results indicate improvements in psychological functioning following an FCS at 2-week and 4-month follow-ups, compared with a wait-list condition. Exploratory analyses showed reduced psychological distress and reduced motivational incongruence in the IG at both followups.
An Innovative Systemic Phenomenological
Cohen / Family Constellation
The Family Constellation process can serve as an adjunct to a conventional course of psychotherapy. The insights that come to light through the process can inform and illuminate
the background and be integrated with conventional interventions.
Group Work and Family Constellation Theory
International Transactional Analysis
Each of us is both an individual and a carrier of dynamics from many generations of ancestors. Many people hold trauma that belonged originally to other family members or the family group, and there are few ways to work with such situations clinically. In this article the authors address how the principles and practice of Hellinger’s (1998) family constellation work provide tools with which to heal the family system and thus the client. They describe the impact of the family group on the individual psyche and the practical application of family constellation work in group settings. They also explore the interface between family constellation work and transactional analysis, including how transactional analysis theory supports the use of family constellations.
Improving Experience in Personal Social Systems
through Family Constellation Seminars
Between-group simple effects analyses demonstrated that participants in the intervention group had significantly improved their experience in their personal social systems compared with the wait-list group at short-term intervals of 2 weeks and 4 months after the FCSs, again with medium effect sizes. More precisely, the average person in the intervention group scored higher than approximately 73% of the wait-list group after 2 weeks (Cohen’s d = .61) and higher than approximately 69% of the wait-list group after 4 months (Cohen’s d = .53).
Relationship Between Trauma Symptomization and Family Constellation
The American Journal of Family Therapy
This paper presents findings from research investigating trauma symptomization in children with prior trauma experiences from intact families compared with those from non-intact families.
Dysfunctional Parenting Styles Are Associated with Mental Disorders and Low Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Brazilian Undergraduate Medical Students
Vânia Meira Siqueira-Campos
The results of the present study show independent and significant associations between maternal affectionless control and depression and low self-efficacy beliefs, between maternal
neglectful parenting and depression, and between paternal affectionate constraint and suicidal ideation in medical students. These findings also suggest that depression affects the association between maternal affectionless control and anxiety and the association between maternal affectionless control and suicidal ideation.
Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women
International Journal of Women’s Health
Considering the high prevalence of ACE and mental disorders in women with CPP, family constellation could be an interesting option for these patients, since a significant reduction in the intensity of CPP in women has already been shown with this approach.
Effects of family constellation seminars on itch in patients with atopic dermatitis and psoriasis
College of Medicine, Central Michigan
Family Constellation Seminars have significant effect on reduction of itch and reduction of clinical signs of atopic dermatitis with lower effect on skin condition in patients with psoriasis
during 4 months series. Positive effect of FCS gradually increases within (at least) 9 months and may lead to further decrease of itch and improvement of skin condition in patients with AD and psoriasis. Further studies with large sample size and international collaboration in