Effects of Pre-Parent Education Program Using Filial Play Therapy on the Empathy, Self-Acceptance, and Self-Efficacy of Adolescents Terminated from Protection of Institutional Care

Eunjoung Kim, Mikyung Jang
2020 Journal of Symbols & Sandplay Therapy  
This study is to verify the effects of pre-parent education program for adolescents terminated from protection of institutional care on the empathy, self-acceptance, and self-efficacy. As the adolescents terminated from protection of institutional care are regarding their parents as the most disliked object because of feelings like distrust and hatred towards their parents while living in residential care facilities for ten years or more, the pre-parent education for them would be needed, so
more » ... ld be needed, so that they could smoothly form a family and function as a healthy parent. When the adolescents terminated from protection of institutional care become a parent, the positive parenting attitude by the increase of parent's empathy, self-acceptance, and self-efficacy could give emotional assistance and stability to their children.
doi:10.12964/jsst.20004 fatcat:hq5xzo33cvau5mbsjrt3ndhwxe