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Dejavniki tveganja in psihološka obravnava kronične bolečine pri otrocih in mladostnikih

Barbara Horvat Rauter

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Povzetek: V prispevku smo predstavili sistematični pregled dejavnikov tveganja za razvoj kronične bolečine pri otrocih in mladostnikih ter njihovo psihološko obravnavo. Opisali smo individualne in medosebne dejavnike tveganja za razvoj kronične bolečine pri otrocih in mladostnikih. Kronično spoprijemanje z bolečino lahko pušča pri otrocih in mladostnikih tudi pomembne posledice, ki se kažejo v posameznikovi kakovosti življenja, njegovem miselnem delovanju, doživljanju sebe in telesa, vključevanju v vrstniške skupine ter športne aktivnosti in vključevanju v šolo. Učinkovita obravnava kronične bolečine je interdisciplinarna, kjer je pomemben tudi psihološki del. V prispevku smo opisali značilnosti kliničnopsihološke ocene in ocene bolečine ter kliničnopsihološke terapevtske pristope in tehnike, v katere vključimo značilnosti, ki smo jih prepoznali skozi oceno in lahko vplivajo na krepitev in/ali vzdrževanje kronične bolečine.

Ključne besede: kronična bolečina, otroci, mladostniki, dejavniki tveganja, psihološki pristop


Citiraj:
Horvat Rauter, B. (2018). Dejavniki tveganja in psihološka obravnava kronične bolečine pri otrocih in mladostnikih [Risk factors and psychological treatment of chronic pain in children and adolescents]. Psihološka obzorja, 27, 142–151. https://doi.org/10.20419/2018.27.489


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