ナガエ ミヨコ   NAGAE, Miyoko
  長江 美代子
看護学部 看護学科
教授
発表年月日 2018/06/28
発表テーマ PCIT in a support organization for survivor families from Intimate Partner Violence
発表学会名 2018 PCIT World Congress
主催者 PCIT International
学会区分 国際学会
発表形式 シンポジウム・ワークショップ パネル(公募)
単独共同区分 共同
開催地名 Schweinfurt, Deutschland
発表者・共同発表者 Nagae, Miyoko,Tsuchida, Sachiko,Hattori,Kie,& Furuzawa, Ayako
概要 Since our activities for women victimized by Intimate Partner Violence (IVP) has started to provide counseling to individuals or groups in 2007, we have seen not only the mothers having PTSD but also children who suffered from different type of problems such as bullying in schools, having developmental disorders or difficult relationship with their mothers. While providing an ordinary child-rearing course according to hope of the mothers, it seemed to not meet just the needs of parents and children after IPV damage. When meeting to PCIT in a symposium in 2010 conference of Japanese Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, we thought "This is it!"
After establishment of "Caring Life of Women and Children Research Group (LifeCWC)" in 2013, in 2014, two members received PCIT initial workshop at Auburn University. Parallel to getting training from Auburn, since 2015, five other members had received Japanese initial WS. Visiting to PCIT Lab with certified therapists was very useful to install equipment. To date, PCIT has been implemented for 8 parent-child (completion 4, continuing 3, interruption 1). Four of them were victimized mother-and-child dyads by IPV.
In IPV cases, mother’s experiences swayed by “candy and whips overlap” seems to affect to poor development of appropriate labeled praises as well as feel of guilty affects to occurring less direct commands. However, due to the real reaction of the child to PCIT, the mothers could reinstall the necessity of issuing clear instructions. Relationship with grandparents living together had been also gradually improved in context of generalization. In addition, 3 cases without IPV involved father’s participation, so PCIT can affect all Japanese family members.