A family of a Child with Down Syndrome in Terms of Interpersonal Relationships Research 1550
Postgraduate Student, Department of Special Psychology and Rehabilitation, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia
Doctor of Psychology, Professor of the Psychology for Special Needs and Rehabilitology Department, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia
The article deals with the study of interpersonal relationships of families with disabled children. The birth of a baby with a disability can be a traumatic event for parents and can have profound effects on the entire family. In this regard, it is especially important to provide the specialist with the opportunity to identify the characteristics of intra-family relations in order to create an effective program for correcting disharmonious patterns of behavior in the family. The authors present the program of studies of the interpersonal relationships and the case of relationships research of the family who is parenting a child with Down syndrome.
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