Victoria Quesada-Serra e-mail(Inicie sesión) , Maria-Antònia Gomila-Grau e-mail(Inicie sesión) , Carmen Orte e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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Victoria Quesada-Serra e-mail(Inicie sesión)
Maria-Antònia Gomila-Grau e-mail(Inicie sesión)
Carmen Orte e-mail(Inicie sesión)



Este trabajo evalúa los cambios en los conflictos familiares y la resiliencia entre las familias que participan en un programa socioeducativo universal, de corta duración, para la prevención de drogas (PCFU 11-14). Se implementó un diseño cuasi experimental pre-post test con grupos control y experimental con 275 familias. Se aborda la conveniencia de la capacitación familiar en habilidades sociales y de crianza para fortalecer la capacidad de las familias para hacer frente a las dificultades y fomentar la cohesión familiar, pero también se destaca la necesidad de investigar más a fondo los factores que afectan al conflicto entre padres y adolescentes para crear nuevas estrategias de capacitación para familias.

Palabras clave

Conflicto familiar, Resiliencia familiar, Programa de prevención de drogas, Estrategias familiares


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