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Research on the Influence of Adventure Therapy Parent-child Program on Attachment
The purpose of this study is to exam and measure the influence and effects of parent-child programs on the Attachment and the factors of change in the risk-taking treatment. The research objects are established by recruiting 5 pairs of parent-child to participate in parent-child group adventure activities, and then to study the parent-child activities of the whole program, we can explore the effects.Guides to observe and record, and to conduct in-depth interviews within two weeks after participating in the program activities to collect information, to summarize the impact of parent-child involvement in the risk-taking treatment program, and its impact. major factor The results of the research on the Adventure Therapy program show: 1. Participants can feel the importance of parent-child communication during the activity and can enhance mutual communication scale between parents and children through understanding and respect, expression and listening. 2. Participants can feel the trust relationship between parents and children through subjective awareness in the activity, build trust through effective communication, and enhance mutual trust through empowerment and empowerment. 3. In the theory of Attachment relationship, the attachment type has considerable stability and has a considerable correlation with the quality of communication between the individual and the mother. If the caregiver can give appropriate sensitivity and responsiveness, it can provide personal positive experience. Through a good communication or building a trust relationship, the safe internal mode of operation is activated, which in turn promotes the type of personal attachment to a safe connection. Finally, I hope that the conclusions of this study can give advice to future related research and provide reference materials for the future construction of the Adventure Therapy parent-childprogram.
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