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Elméleti háttér: A gyermekkori daganatos betegség súlyos, traumatikus élmény a gyermek és szülei számára is. A negatív pszichés tényezők mellett ugyanakkor sok esetben pozitív változások, poszttraumás növekedés (PTN) is megjelenik mind a gyermek, mind a szülő megélésében, ha a gyermek felépül. Cél: Jelen tanulmány célja az volt, hogy feltárjuk a poszttraumás növekedést befolyásoló tényezőket mind a gyógyult fiatal felnőttek, mind a szülők esetében. Módszerek: Retrospektív vizsgálatunkban 53 gyermekkori daganatos betegségen átesett fiatal felnőtt (17 férfi és 36 nő; átlagéletkor: 27,5 év, SD = 5,4 év) és 112 szülő (9 férfi és 103 nő; átlagéletkor: 44,9 év, SD = 6,7 év) vett részt. A demográfiai jellemzők (nem, életkor), a betegségváltozók (diagnózis óta eltelt idő, diagnóziskori életkor, diagnózis kockázata) és a pszichoszociális tényezők (társas támogatás, érzelemszabályozás, pszichológiai jóllét, poszttraumás stressztünetek) kapcsolatát vizsgáltuk a PTN-nel leíró, összehasonlító, korrelációs és lineáris regresszió elemzések segítségével. Eredmények: Az eredmények megerősítették, hogy mind a gyógyult fiatal felnőttek, mind a szülők több mint 90%-a átélt PTN-t legalább minimális szinten a növekedés legalább egy dimenziójában. A gyógyult fiatal felnőttek csoportjában a társas támogatás, a pszichológiai jóllét, a poszttraumás stressztünetek közül pedig az emlékbetörés és a pozitív érzelmekre vonatkozó elfojtás a PTN varianciájának 50%-át magyarázták. A szülők csoportjában a hyperarousal, az énfókuszú rumináció és a pszichológiai jóllét a PTN varianciájának 26,5%-át magyarázták. Következtetések: Az eredmények megerősítik, hogy a PTN magyarázatában különböző változók komplex összefüggésben fejtik ki hatásukat. Vizsgálatunk eredményei rámutatnak arra, hogy a klinikai pszichológiai intervenciók tervezése során a betegséggel járó negatív tünetek egyéni kezelése mellett a család bevonása, a szociális tényezők javítása és a különböző kognitív terápiás eszközök is kiemelt jelentőségűek lehetnek a trauma integrálása szempontjából.

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