ГоловнаArchive of numbers2017Volume 25, issue 4 (93)Infl uence of family forced migration on the child’s psychoemotional state
Title of the article Infl uence of family forced migration on the child’s psychoemotional state
Authors Markova Marianna
Piontkovska Oksana
Solovieva Anhelina
Year 2017 Issue Volume 25, issue 4 (93) Pages 41-48
Type of article Scientific article Index UDK 616.895:159.922.2 Index BBK -
Abstract Based on the analysis of a large body of scientifi c data, the paper presents the results that indicate that family forced displacement has a signifi cant negative impact on the psychoemotional state of the child and also causes a disturbance in a family and parental-child functioning. Meanwhile, the peculiarities of changes in the psychoemotional sphere of children who were internally displaced as a result of military actions in the East of Ukraine have not been studied in practice. This fact complicates the development of addressing programs of psychocorrection and psychoprophylaxis and also worsens the quality of medical care provided to such children. The paper emphasizes the urgent need to study the specifics of the psychological state of this contingent of children and emphasizes the need to develop, based on data from such studies, modern and eff ective approaches to the treatment, correction and prevention of adverse changes in the psychoemotional sphere of such children.
Key words psychoemotional status, child, forced displacement
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