Yıl: 2007 Cilt: 3 Sayı: 28 Sayfa Aralığı: 113 - 128 Metin Dili: Türkçe

Psikolojik Sağlamlık, Risk Faktörleri ve Koruyucu Faktörler Üzerine Bir Derleme Çalışması

Öz:
Psikolojik sağlamlık kavramı ve bu kavramın risk altındaki çocuklar üzerine yapılan çalışmalara etkileri araştırmacılar tarafından son otuz yılda giderek artan bir ilgi odağı haline gelmeye başlamış, kuramsal ve görgül çalışmalar ile bu kavramı açıklamaya katkıda bulunan birçok psikososyal faktör incelenmiştir. Son dönemde, psikolojik sağlamlık araştırmalarındaki eğilim zorlu yaşam koşullarındaki sağlam çocukların özelliklerini belirlemekten öteye geçerek, farklı olumsuz koşullarda psikolojik sağlamlığın gelişmesine yardımcı olan süreçleri belirlemeye yönelmektedir. Buna ek olarak uzmanlar, mevcut risklerin gelecekte çocuklar üzerindeki etkilerini azaltmaya yönelik çeşitli önleyici programlar geliştirmeye, uygulamaya ve bu programları değerlendirmeye çalışmaktadırlar. Bununla birlikte, ülkemizde psikolojik sağlamlık olgusu üzerine yapılan çalışmalara son yıllarda rastlanmaya başlanmıştır. Türkiye’de bu konuyu ele alan çalışmaların az olması dikkate alındığında bu çalışmanın amacı, psikolojik sağlamlık, risk faktörleri ve koruyucu faktörler üzerine yapılan çeşitli çalışmaları irdeleyerek, psikolojik sağlamlığın ülkemizde risk ya da zorlu yaşam ortamlarında yetişen çocuk ve ergenlere yönelik çalışmalardaki önemine dikkat çekmek ve bu konuda temel bir bakış açısı oluşturmaktır.
Anahtar Kelime: psikolojik durum psikolojik danışma ve rehberlik psikolojik dayanıklılık risk altındaki çocuklar ruh sağlığı psikososyal faktörler çocuk psikolojisi koruyucu faktörler psikolojik gelişim

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