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Avalia??o de processo de um programa de manejo de estresse ocupacional
Murta, Sheila Giardini;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722007000200016
Abstract: this paper describes intermediate goals reached and participants' attitudes toward an occupational stress management program. the participants were 74 employees from a university. forty-two employees attended a multi-modal stress management intervention program and 32 attended a social skills training program. data were collected by observational measures during the sessions. the results revealed that intermediate goals were similarly reached in both interventions. additionally, participants from both interventions perceived several benefits in the program, classified in change in cognitive and behavioral features, experiences related to group interaction or circumscribed to the session and positive appraisal toward the intervention with non-specific focus. further studies should include new process indicators.
Aplica??es do treinamento em habilidades sociais: análise da produ??o nacional
Murta, Sheila Giardini;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722005000200017
Abstract: social skills are recognized as protection factor in the human development course. as a result, programs targeted at development of social skills have been done to promote mental health. this article describes programs of social skills training with brazilian samples for primary, secondary and tertiary prevention. participants, design, evaluation instruments, intervention techniques and results were focused. search on journals, lilacs base data and books written by research groups identified 17 intervention programs. the literature showed the predominance of programs in group, in clinical and educational contexts, with pre-experimental designs, and use of cognitive-behavioral techniques. results found are promising toward improvement in social performance. suggestions to planning of future interventions are presented.
Programas de preven??o a problemas emocionais e comportamentais em crian?as e adolescentes: li??es de três décadas de pesquisa
Murta, Sheila Giardini;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722007000100002
Abstract: this paper presents some directives for implementing and evaluating emotional and behavioral problem programs for children and adolescents, aiming at the transformation of research technology into community services. the following are discussed: the conceptual framework of preventive interventions in mental healthcare, the theoretical bases of preventive programs, the assessment of needs and community participation during the planning and implementation of the program, the replication of preventive programs that were empirically supported, and the assessment of the process and long-term results of these programs. as a conclusion, a research agenda for the advancement of this field in brazil is provided.
Applications of training in social skills: analysis of national production / Aplica es do treinamento em habilidades sociais: análise da produ o nacional
Sheila Giardini Murta
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2005,
Abstract: Social skills are recognized as protection factor in the human development course. As a result, programs targeted at development of social skills have been done to promote mental health. This article describes programs of social skills training with Brazilian samples for primary, secondary and tertiary prevention. Participants, design, evaluation instruments, intervention techniques and results were focused. Search on journals, LILACS base data and books written by research groups identified 17 intervention programs. The literature showed the predominance of programs in group, in clinical and educational contexts, with pre-experimental designs, and use of cognitive-behavioral techniques. Results found are promising toward improvement in social performance. Suggestions to planning of future interventions are presented.
Emotional and behavioral problems prevention programs for children and adolescents: lessons from three decades of research / Programas de preven o a problemas emocionais e comportamentais em crian as e adolescentes: li es de três décadas de pesquisa
Sheila Giardini Murta
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007,
Abstract: This paper presents some directives for implementing and evaluating emotional and behavioral problem programs for children and adolescents, aiming at the transformation of research technology into community services. The following are discussed: the conceptual framework of preventive interventions in mental healthcare, the theoretical bases of preventive programs, the assessment of needs and community participation during the planning and implementation of the program, the replication of preventive programs that were empirically supported, and the assessment of the process and long-term results of these programs. As a conclusion, a research agenda for the advancement of this field in Brazil is provided.
The process evaluation of an occupational stress management program / Avalia o de processo de um programa de manejo de estresse ocupacional
Sheila Giardini Murta
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007,
Abstract: This paper describes intermediate goals reached and participants' attitudes toward an occupational stress management program. The participants were 74 employees from a university. Forty-two employees attended a multi-modal stress management intervention program and 32 attended a social skills training program. Data were collected by observational measures during the sessions. The results revealed that intermediate goals were similarly reached in both interventions. Additionally, participants from both interventions perceived several benefits in the program, classified in change in cognitive and behavioral features, experiences related to group interaction or circumscribed to the session and positive appraisal toward the intervention with non-specific focus. Further studies should include new process indicators.
Parando de beber: estágios de mudan?a vividos por ex-alcoolistas
Murta, Sheila Giardini;Tróccoli, Bartholomeu Torres;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2005000200005
Abstract: this study describes how ex-alcoholic adults have experienced change stages in drinking cessation, at stages of contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance. five ex-alcoholics were interviewed about factors that hampered and helped the change, and coping strategies used for every stage. exposition to aversive situations associated to drinking was reported as the strongest helpful factor in preparation stage, as the social support was in action and maintenance stages. benefits associated to drinking were the most relevant factors that hampered change in all stages. the most important coping strategies related were asking for social support and avoidance from risk situations to drink. implications to intervention and new researches are discussed.
Enfrentamento à les?o medular traumática
Murta, Sheila Giardini;Guimar?es, Suely Sales;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2007000100007
Abstract: this paper presents a discussion on coping with traumatic spinal cord injury according to the contemporary literature, which points to four groups of influent variables on coping with spinal cord injury: (a) variables inherent to the disability, such as injury severity; (b) variables inherent to the organism itself, such as education and internal locus of control; (c) proximal environment, such as available health services and job access; and (d) cultural context, such as present law and social prejudice. the literature suggests that well succeeded adaptation to traumatic spinal cord injury is more related to the environmental resources and psychosocial variables than to the injury characteristics. the variables affecting the coping process and the success adapting to the lesion allow one to suggest priority focus for rehabilitation.
Treinamento de pais em grupo: um relato de experiência
Coelho, Marilia Velasco;Murta, Sheila Giardini;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2007000300005
Abstract: this paper describes an experience of parental training and its effects on positive educational practices, educational social skills and external stressors coping. five mothers and two fathers attended to a group intervention, consisting of 20 weekly sessions, each one with 90 minutes of length. behavioral techniques, such as modeling and role playing, were used. the results were evaluated by interviews and checklist and shown an increase of positive educational practices, educational social skills development and healthy coping strategies for external stressors. besides the positive appraisal on parents' behaviors change, the parents also evaluated positively their children's changes.
Avalia??o de interven??o em estresse ocupacional
Murta, Sheila Giardini;Tróccoli, Bartholomeu Torres;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722004000100006
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to identify sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction toward an occupational stress management program, which was based on a cognitive-behavioural model. two hundred and ten hospital workers attended 24 sessions targeted to development of individual strategies of coping to stress, through group dynamics, role playing, relaxation, cognitive restructuring, problems solution and self monitoring. the participant's verbal report were registered in the end of each session and submitted to content analysis. the main sources of satisfaction were toward techniques and instruments used, themes discussed, social support, learning of social skills, pleasant feelings, and development of problem solution skills. the main source of dissatisfaction was related to the short duration of the sessions. the qualitative analysis of the program revealed a therapeutic process potentially favourable to positive impact on health, which could be verified in future studies.
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