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KMID : 1025820160240030459
Family and Family Therapy
2016 Volume.24 No. 3 p.459 ~ p.481
Effectiveness of an Online Strength-Based Family Education Program
Lee Gyeong-Uk

Abstract
Objectives: This study investigated the process and effectiveness of an on-line strength-based family education program.
Methods: This mixed-methods study, conducted in 2015, involved eleven cyber- university students. In the quantitative portion, pre-and post-tests were used to measure family resiliency and self-control of the program participants. In the qualitative portion, data from the reports were used to analyze the participants’ experience.

Results: Quantitative results demonstrated that family resiliency and self-control of the participants significantly improved after participating in the program. Qualitative analysis showed that the participants’ problem behaviors decreased and that caring, the expression of love, and trying out family activities all increased. Over the course of the study, family strengths changed from qualities of family members to qualities of family relationships. The shift to a strength-based perspective helped with problem solving and with the finding of unique solutions.

Conclusion: This study demonstrated the effectiveness and discussed the implications of an on-line strengths-based family education program.
KEYWORD
strength-based intervention, family education, resilience, on-line psychotherapy
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