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Análise Psicológica

versão impressa ISSN 0870-8231

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COUTINHO, Inês Catarina Mendes; SEABRA-SANTOS, Maria João  e  GASPAR, Maria Filomena Fonseca. Educação parental com famílias maltratantes: Que potencialidades?. Aná. Psicológica [online]. 2012, vol.30, n.4, pp.405-420. ISSN 0870-8231.

Child abuse attains, by its individual, family and social consequences, in the short, medium and long run, a leading role in what concerns child protection, and it is therefore becoming a pressing social and political concern. The data of the Portuguese protective system draw attention to the high rates of reopening of promotion and protection processes mainly because maltreatment behaviour recidivism. A great number of interventions that are purposed focus on family and parental support, on the assumption that changes in parenthood may reduce maltreatment recidivism. It is under these circumstances that parental education programs, by their potential that has been highlighted through research developed in other countries, have been assuming an increasing importance in the intervention for the change of parental behaviour and parent-child relationships, in the sense of positive parenting. In Portugal, parental education connected to social and family vulnerability has attracted the attention of politicians and social professionals, namely in the definition of social intervention policies, and is achieving, at present, a leading role in the prevention of child abuse. This paper reflects on the role of parenting in the context of protective intervention, demonstrating the positive impact that an intervention of this nature can have in families referred for maltreatment.

Palavras-chave : Child abuse; Child protection; Parental education; Positive parenting; Prevention.

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