Apego em casais com um filho com autismo

Márcia Rejane Semensato, Cleonice Alves Bosa

Resumo


A teoria do apego tem como premissas que o apego da pessoa está relacionado à qualidade das suas relações amorosas e que tende a ser reativado em situações estressantes. Baseado nisso, esse estudo investigou as relações entre apego individual e apego compartilhado pelos cônjuges, em três casais, cujo filho apresenta o Transtorno do Espectro do Autismo -TEA. O apego individual foi avaliado através do Attachment Script Assessment e o apego compartilhado, através de uma entrevista semiestruturada. Os principais resultados revelaram que em casais, nos quais um (ou ambos) dos cônjuges, apresentaram acesso ao script de apego individual seguro, a relação como parceiros, principalmente no aspecto parental, estava preservada, o que não ocorreu quando os cônjuges não apresentaram estes indicadores. 

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apego; casal; Transtorno do Espectro do Autismo

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