(496) Problem-solving therapy for parents of children receiving intensive pain rehabilitation.

@article{Law2016496PT,
  title={(496) Problem-solving therapy for parents of children receiving intensive pain rehabilitation.},
  author={Emily F. Law and Jessica L Fales and S Beals-Erikson and Deirdre L Logan and Karen E. Weiss and Edin T. Randall and Emily A McTate and Lucas T. Gray and Tonya Mizell Palermo},
  journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={17 4S},
  pages={S98-S99}
}
s The Journal of Pain S99 PSTwas validating and beneficial to their daily lives. Parents desired booster sessions and more advanced skills training. Linear growth models demonstrated improvements in parents’ general mental health at post-treatment and follow-up (b=6.97, p=0.001; b=-7.37, p=0.001). Benefits were also found on parent pain-related impact… CONTINUE READING