2010
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Abstract: The study discussed here by Gunnel Osterman, Anders Möller and Ingegerd Wirtberg aimed to find out if any observable themes or patterns recur when using the Marte Meo (MM) method with adoptive parents, and if the parents feel that working with this method helps them to interact with their child. The study used qualitative methods and comprised two parts: use of the MM method with couples who had adopted their first child within the past two months, and semi-structured interviews with the parents. The study gro… Show more

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“…Study findings demonstrate the feasibility of conducting video feedback intervention with single and divorced fathers. The findings are consistent with those from prior Marte Meo research for parent‐infant and parent‐adolescent interactions (Axberg, Hansson, Broberg and Wirtberg, ; Stina, Philip and Ingegerd, ; Osterman, Möller and Wirtberg, ; Vik and Rohde, ). The theoretical model proposed here should be evaluated with a larger sample and within the context of randomized, controlled conditions.…”
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“…Study findings demonstrate the feasibility of conducting video feedback intervention with single and divorced fathers. The findings are consistent with those from prior Marte Meo research for parent‐infant and parent‐adolescent interactions (Axberg, Hansson, Broberg and Wirtberg, ; Stina, Philip and Ingegerd, ; Osterman, Möller and Wirtberg, ; Vik and Rohde, ). The theoretical model proposed here should be evaluated with a larger sample and within the context of randomized, controlled conditions.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…Marte Meo has a growing evidence base with a host of positive outcomes across various populations with regard to parenting (Osterman, Möller and Wirtberg, ; Vik and Rohde, ) and adult caregiving (Einang Alnes, Kirkevold and Skovdahl, ). The vast majority of research focuses on mothers, and very little research to date has examined the potential benefits of strengthening men's development as fathers and their ability to support the development of their children.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…There exist three qualitative studies on the positive effect of the Marte Meo intervention on maternal sensitivity towards infants and on decreased maternal symptoms of depression [ 52 - 54 ]. Likewise, Marte Meo has been demonstrated to be useful as a means of supporting adoptive parents [ 55 ] and has shown a promising effect in a systematic, school-based intervention among slightly older children with externalizing behaviours [ 56 ]. A positive effect of a method related to Marte Meo, The Orion Project (Video Home Training), has also been published [ 19 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…By viewing their interaction from the outside, mothers could discover what happened in the interaction with their children, which increased their self‐confidence, self‐esteem, and mentalizing capacity (Vik & Rohde, ). Marte Meo has also been a useful intervention for families with foster children (Osterman, Moller, & Wirtberg, ). Although Marte Meo is used by the CPS in Norway and offered for a wide range of interactive problems between parents and their children, there are no studies on Marte Meo within the CPS.…”
Section: Marte Meomentioning