Effectiveness Of A Psychoeducational And Task-Centered Group Intervention For Family Members Of People With Aids
Abbreviated Journal Title
Soc. Work Res.
CAREGIVERS; EDUCATION; FAMILIES; GROUP WORK; HIV AIDS; CAREGIVERS; DEMENTIA; SUPPORT; SCHIZOPHRENIA; ILLNESS; STRESS; BURDEN; SCALE; WORK; Social Work
A quasi-experimental evaluation found that an eight-week psychoeducational and task-centered group intervention was effective in alleviating stress, perceived stigma, depression, and anxiety among 33 family members of people with acquired immune deficiency syndrome in on experimental group. Scores on several measures changed significantly from before the group began to after the intervention. Members of a comparison group had no significant changes in stores from pretest to posttest. implications for further research, practice, program development, and policy are discussed.
Social Work Research
Article; Proceedings Paper
"Effectiveness Of A Psychoeducational And Task-Centered Group Intervention For Family Members Of People With Aids" (1995). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1435.