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Marte meo

Else Lykkeslet, Eva Gjengedal, Torill Skrondal, May-Britt Storjord
AIM: The aim of the present action research study was to investigate the healthcare providers' experiences with introducing Marte Meo Counselling (MMC) in a dementia-specific care unit. BACKGROUND: Research on the use of MMC shows that healthcare providers saw the patients' resources and needs more clearly and achieved increased awareness of their own skills. DESIGN AND METHOD: An action-oriented research including a three-phase strategy was applied: the mapping phase, the intervention phase and the evaluation phase...
March 2016: International Journal of Older People Nursing
Heike Bösche
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January 2013: Kinderkrankenschwester: Organ der Sektion Kinderkrankenpflege
Rigmor Einang Alnes, Marit Kirkevold, Kirsti Skovdahl
AIM:   To identify factors that affected the learning outcomes from Marte Meo counselling (MMC). BACKGROUND:   Although MMC has shown promising results regarding learning outcomes for staff working in dementia-specific care units, the outcomes differ. METHOD:   Twelve individual interviews and four focus group interviews with staff who had participated in MMC were analysed through a qualitative content analysis. RESULTS:   The learning climate has considerable significance for the experienced benefit of MMC and indicate that this learning climate depends on three conditions: establishing a common understanding of the content and form of MMC, ensuring staff's willingness to participate and the opportunity to do so, and securing an arena in the unit for discussion and interactions...
January 2013: Journal of Nursing Management
Kari Vik, Rolf Rohde
This paper provides an overview of basic Marte Meo video interaction guidance concepts and describes the therapeutic performance of the method applied in the context of early mother-infant interaction and postnatal depression. Weight is put upon the importance of the therapeutic relationship. Further Marte Meo therapy is understood in the light of Daniel Stern's theory of 'schemas of being with' and accompanied by clinical vignettes from therapy sessions. The empirical basis for the paper is a study of postnatal depression, mother-infant interaction and video guidance, carried out in Southern Norway...
January 2014: Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Peter Bünder
Marte Meo is a low-intensity programme of counselling parents and other persons significantly involved with children which aims to foster parenting capacity and facilitate child development. The article describes a preliminary pilot study with the aim of identifying variables for the future evaluation of efficacy and effectiveness of the Marte Meo method.
2011: Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie
Rigmor Einang Alnes, Marit Kirkevold, Kirsti Skovdahl
AIM: This study sought to uncover what nurses perceived to have learned, during their participation in video supported counselling, based on Marte Meo principles, in four dementia specific care units. METHODS: This was a descriptive qualitative study. Data were collected through 12 individual and four focus group interviews. In addition, supplementary data from two video recordings and one written log were included. Findings emerged through content analysis and re-examination of the text based on the initial analysis...
June 2011: International Journal of Older People Nursing
Lily Lee, Chryne Griffiths, Patricia Glossop, Valsamma Eapen
OBJECTIVE: Using three case studies, this paper describes the development and evaluation of 'The Boomerangs Aboriginal Circle of Security Parenting Camp Program', which is a clinical intervention based on an attachment framework using the Circle of Security and Marte Meo, and drawing on traditional Aboriginal culture. METHODS: Three mothers from an Aboriginal Australian background with preschool age children attended the 20-session Boomerangs Program, including an initial camp and a second camp after 6 weeks...
December 2010: Australasian Psychiatry: Bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
Peter Bünder, Annegret Sirringhaus-Bünder
Marte Meo, that is a low-levelled outpatient form of councelling parents and other persons to whom children relate most closely in order to achieve educational competence and help them to assume responsibility for the developement of children. The article gives a short summary how this method has developed and has been applied in the field of youth care.
2008: Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie
Lena Weimers, Kristin Svensson, Louise Dumas, Lars Navér, Vivian Wahlberg
BACKGROUND: Assisting mothers to breastfeed is not easy when babies experience difficulties. In a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), nurses often help mothers by using hands-on-breast without their permission. Little is known about how mothers feel about this unusual body touching. To gain more knowledge from mothers who lived through this experience, this hands-on practice was studied in a NICU in Sweden. METHODS: Between January and June 2001, in-depth interviews were conducted with ten mothers of preterm or sick term infants and all of them experienced the hands-on approach...
2006: International Breastfeeding Journal
Ulf Axberg, Kjell Hansson, Anders G Broberg, Ingegerd Wirtberg
Antisocial behavior is often persistent, and in addition to causing suffering to children and their families, it also poses considerable costs for society. Children who display externalizing behavior in their early years run a high risk of having severe problems later in life. There is a need for treatment methods that may be used in various settings because these children constitute a group that is hard to reach with conventional treatment methods. In addition, the dropout rate from ordinary treatment is often high...
September 2006: Family Process
Ingegerd Wirtberg
The onset of illness and/or disability in children may also create difficulties at psychosocial levels--for the child, the family, her network and even in relations between them and the medical team. Medical family therapy, coupled with salutogenic theory and Marte meo offers specific ways of working with such difficulties so that the family and the medical team can work together in a mutually supportive manner.
June 2005: Acta Paediatrica. Supplement
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