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OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the impact of a family-based group intervention for young siblings of children with chronic illness and developmental disability (CI/DD). METHODS: Forty-three healthy siblings (ages 4-7 years) of children with CI/DD and their…

Drawing from concepts from family stress theory, resilience theory, Rolland's model of family adaptation to disability, and Antonovsky's salutogenetic model, this study explores the relationship between family sense of coherence and measures of…

The intensity of sibling grief and the significance of sibling mourning are described in research studies. Yet, nurses caring for dying children may be unaware of these findings and may not offer adequate support to assist siblings in working through…

This article offers an integrative, interdisciplinary model of bereavement as a family developmental process that unfolds in cultural context. A critique of cultural assumptions highlights the culture-bound nature of prevailing North American…

Combines clinical examples, specific details of techniques, and professional perspectives on both effectively functioning families and families seeking and undergoing therapy. Entire transcripts of actual family sessions are included and annotated…

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