Preventing intergenerational trauma transmission: A critical interpretive synthesis.

  title={Preventing intergenerational trauma transmission: A critical interpretive synthesis.},
  author={Sophie Isobel and Melinda Jane Goodyear and Trentham Furness and Kim N Foster},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  volume={28 7-8},
AIM AND OBJECTIVE To synthesise and critically interpret literature of relevance to intervening in intergenerational transmission of relational trauma within parent-infant relationships. BACKGROUND Intergenerational trauma is a discrete process and form of psychological trauma transmitted within families and communities. Intergenerational trauma can be transmitted through attachment relationships where the parent has experienced relational trauma and have significant impacts upon individuals… 
Psychosocial family-level mediators in the intergenerational transmission of trauma: Protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
This study aims to systematically consolidate the epidemiological research on family-level psychosocial mediators and moderators to ultimately produce causal diagram(s) in the intergenerational transmission of trauma.
Mothering, Substance Use Disorders and Intergenerational Trauma Transmission: An Attachment-Based Perspective
Disruptive attachment can increase the vulnerability for SUDs on the one hand, but can be an expression of underlying trauma on the other, hence serving as a covert mechanism by which trauma can be transmitted across generations.
Working Relationally with Adolescents Who Have Experienced Complex Interpersonal Trauma: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
This study proposes a model of use of self as “compassion-in-action” to express practitioners’ ‘response-ability’ to their clients’ trauma as commitment to social justice.
Intergenerational Trauma
The following literature review will explore cumulative research on intergenerational trauma. Although, many communities have encountered massive traumas the research has mainly focused on Canadians
Commentary: Actioning Community Attachment Parenting Program Review Recommendations
Attachment and mental health have long intersected within research and policy [1]. Expressly, attachment relationships developed in the formative years are one of the most influential contributions
Intergenerational Transmission of Inequality in Psychological Health
Intergenerational transmission explains the continuity in behavior and personality of individuals across generations due to genetic as well as non-genetic causes. Both determinants affect individuals
Parental Non-Engagement within Child Protection Services—How Can Understandings of Complex Trauma and Epistemic Trust Help?
Building on the findings from the national study of mothers in recurrent care proceedings in England, this paper proposes that the concepts of complex trauma and epistemic trust may help explain
A Conceptual Model of Protective Factors Within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture That Build Strength
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian population have endured immense hardship since the colonization of Australia characterized by the loss of lands, language, leadership, and family
Anger Is All the Rage: A Theoretical Analysis of Anger Within Emotional Ecology to Foster Growth and Political Change
Background and Purpose: Anger is implicated in nearly every social pathology, from war to bullying to child abuse. Yet, it is also the spark of reform for nearly every positive social movement, from