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Skapa trygghet i en otrygg värld: Psykologers syn på allians med flyktingbarn

Ahmed-Al-Kaysi, Arwa LU and Pedersen, Emma LU (2013) PSPT02 20131
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Studiens syfte var att beskriva hur psykologer upplever alliansskapandets innebörder och inverkande aspekter i sitt arbete med flyktingbarn. Till datainsamling användes halvstrukturerade intervjuer med sex psykologer som har erfarenhet av arbete med flyktingbarn. Intervjumaterialet analyserades utifrån Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) som är metodologiskt grundad i hermeneutisk fenomenologi. Resultatet sammanställdes i sju huvudteman: Alliansens karaktäristika, Brottas med närhet och distans, Axla olika roller, Nya relationella erfarenheter, Psykologen delar barnets svåra känslor, Asylprocessens otrygghet och Bortom språkets och kulturens betydelse. Det framkom att flyktingbarn är en patientgrupp som psykologerna påverkas... (More)
Studiens syfte var att beskriva hur psykologer upplever alliansskapandets innebörder och inverkande aspekter i sitt arbete med flyktingbarn. Till datainsamling användes halvstrukturerade intervjuer med sex psykologer som har erfarenhet av arbete med flyktingbarn. Intervjumaterialet analyserades utifrån Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) som är metodologiskt grundad i hermeneutisk fenomenologi. Resultatet sammanställdes i sju huvudteman: Alliansens karaktäristika, Brottas med närhet och distans, Axla olika roller, Nya relationella erfarenheter, Psykologen delar barnets svåra känslor, Asylprocessens otrygghet och Bortom språkets och kulturens betydelse. Det framkom att flyktingbarn är en patientgrupp som psykologerna påverkas starkt av och att allians får en väsentlig betydelse i arbetet med denna grupp. Resultatet diskuteras, i enlighet med rådande definitioner på allians, utifrån en uppdelning av alliansens affektiva samt samarbetande del. (Less)
Abstract
The aim of this study was to describe how psychologists experience the meaning of alliance and its influencing aspects in the clinical work with refugee children. The study is based upon a hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Six psychologists with experience of working with refugee children were interviewed and the data was analyzed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). The result was summarized in seven main themes: The characteristics of alliance, Finding a balance between closeness and distance, Taking on different roles, New relational experiences, The psychologist shares the child’s difficult emotions, The insecurity of the asylum process and Beyond language and culture. The findings suggested that working with... (More)
The aim of this study was to describe how psychologists experience the meaning of alliance and its influencing aspects in the clinical work with refugee children. The study is based upon a hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Six psychologists with experience of working with refugee children were interviewed and the data was analyzed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). The result was summarized in seven main themes: The characteristics of alliance, Finding a balance between closeness and distance, Taking on different roles, New relational experiences, The psychologist shares the child’s difficult emotions, The insecurity of the asylum process and Beyond language and culture. The findings suggested that working with refugee children strongly affects the psychologist and that alliance has a significant role in working with these children. The results are discussed, with reference to the prevailing definitions of alliance, based on a division of the affective bond and the collaborative part of alliance. (Less)
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author
Ahmed-Al-Kaysi, Arwa LU and Pedersen, Emma LU
supervisor
organization
course
PSPT02 20131
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
samarbetande relation, affektivt band, terapeutisk relation, psykolog, flyktingbarn, allians, asylprocess, alliance, refugee children, psychologist, therapeutic relationship, affective bond, collaborative relationship, asylum process
language
Swedish
id
3954545
date added to LUP
2013-07-26 10:25:49
date last changed
2013-08-26 17:55:36
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to describe how psychologists experience the meaning of alliance and its influencing aspects in the clinical work with refugee children. The study is based upon a hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Six psychologists with experience of working with refugee children were interviewed and the data was analyzed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). The result was summarized in seven main themes: The characteristics of alliance, Finding a balance between closeness and distance, Taking on different roles, New relational experiences, The psychologist shares the child’s difficult emotions, The insecurity of the asylum process and Beyond language and culture. The findings suggested that working with refugee children strongly affects the psychologist and that alliance has a significant role in working with these children. The results are discussed, with reference to the prevailing definitions of alliance, based on a division of the affective bond and the collaborative part of alliance.},
  author       = {Ahmed-Al-Kaysi, Arwa and Pedersen, Emma},
  keyword      = {samarbetande relation,affektivt band,terapeutisk relation,psykolog,flyktingbarn,allians,asylprocess,alliance,refugee children,psychologist,therapeutic relationship,affective bond,collaborative relationship,asylum process},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Skapa trygghet i en otrygg värld: Psykologers syn på allians med flyktingbarn},
  year         = {2013},
}