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Издатель: Московский государственный психолого-педагогический университет

ISSN (online): 2304-0394

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse

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Теоретическая модель для оценки факторов риска и защитных факторов при работе с молодыми иммигрантами 8

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Бента А.К.
PhD, доцент департамента психологии, Хьюстонский университет, Хьюстон, США
ORCID: https://orcid.org/https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1641-123X
e-mail: aventa@uh.edu

Аннотация

Молодые иммигранты, вынужденные покинуть свои дома, подвергаются большому риску развития эмоциональных и поведенческих симптомов, и поэтому они часто обращаются за диагностическими услугами в школьные, медицинские и судебные учреждения. Целью данной статьи является описание уникальных, основанных на фактических данных факторов риска и защитных факторов психопатологии, имеющих отношение к данной группе клиентов, включая факторы риска на индивидуальном, семейном и общественном уровнях, которые возникают до, во время и после миграции. Добавление оценки этих факторов к прочной основе доказательной диагностики повысит широту и глубину психодиагностических оценок молодых иммигрантов. Необходимо также учитывать защитные факторы, в частности, семейные отношения, связи в школе и поддержку сверстников, поскольку защитные факторы могут использоваться для предоставления рекомендаций по терапии, использующей существующие ресурсы. В дополнение к представлению концептуальной модели и обзору общих защитных факторов и факторов риска в существующей литературе эта статья завершается примерами показателей, которые можно быстро и легко добавить к существующей психодиагностической батарее, чтобы адаптировать метод диагностики к работе с молодыми иммигрантами.

Ключевые слова: диагностика, иммигранты, подросток, миграция, молодежь, доказательный подход

Рубрика: Научные дискуссии

Тип: научная статья

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse.2022110212

Получена: 08.06.2021

Принята в печать: 06.05.2022

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