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A CASE OF PHYSICALLY ABUSED OCD PATIENT WHO PHYSICALLY ABUSED HER OWN CHILD

Tuğba Ayaz, Ayşe Gül Yılmaz Özpolat, Damla Yücel, Umut Altunöz.

Abstract
It was suggested that along with genetic factors various psychosocial factors may play a role in the development of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Parents’ childrearing styles and childhood traumatic experiences are among the mostly investigated ones. In literature it was indicated that child rearing styles and childhood traumatic experiences may play a role in the development of OCD. There are studies which shows that child rearing styles including excessive protection, critical and rejective are associated with the development of OCD. However, it is still controversial that which child rearing styles lead to the OCD through which mechanisms. Besides, in literature it was shown that emotional traumatic experiences lead to the development of OCD through various factors. In addition, understanding what kind of conflict and problems are reflected by people with OCD diagnosis into the relationship with their children is important in terms of interventions that protect the mental health of the child. In this article, it was aimed to discuss psychosocial factors related to the development of OCD symptoms, by examining a case in detail, who had childhood traumatic experiences and has been raised in an environment where negative parenting styles exist, and who physically abused her own child.

Key words: Childhood traumatic experiences, parents’ childrearing styles, OCD, abuse



KENDİ ÇOCUĞUNU FİZİKSEL OLARAK İSTİSMAR EDEN VE KENDİSİ DE FİZİKSEL İSTİSMAR GÖREN BİR OKB VAKASI

Ozet
Literatürde Obsessif Kompulsif Bozukluğun (OKB) gelişiminde genetik faktörlerin yanı sıra çeşitli psikososyal faktörlerin rol oynadığı ileri sürülmüştür. En çok araştırılan faktörler arasında ebeveynlerin çocuk yetiştirme tutumları ve çocukluk dönemindeki travmatik yaşantılar yer almaktadır. Literatürde ebeveynlerin çocuk yetiştirme tarzlarının ve çocukluk dönemindeki travmatik yaşantılarının OKB’nin gelişiminde rol oynayabileceği ileri sürülmüştür. Özellikle aşırı korumacı, aşırı eleştirici ve reddedici ebeveynlik tutumları ile OKB’nin gelişimi arasında bir ilişki olduğunu gösteren çalışmalar bulunmaktadır. Ancak hangi ebeveynlik tutumunun hangi mekanizmalar yoluyla OKB’nin gelişimine yol açtığı konusu halen literatürde tartışmalıdır. Yine literatürde özellikle duygusal travmatik yaşantıların çeşitli değişkenler aracılığıyla OKB’nin gelişimine katkıda bulunduğu gösterilmiştir. Ayrıca OKB tanısı alan kişilerin çocuklarıyla ilişki örüntülerine ne tür çatışmalar ve problemler getirdiklerinin anlaşılması çocuğun ruh sağlığını korumak için yapılacak müdahaleler açısından da önemlidir. Bu makalede, çocukluk dönemi travmatik yaşantıları olan ve negatif ebeveyn tutumlarının görüldüğü bir ortamda yetişen ve kendi çocuğuna da fiziksel istismar uygulayan bir vaka ayrıntılı bir şekilde ele alınarak, OKB belirtilerinin gelişiminde psikososyal faktörlerin rolünün literatür ışığında tartışılması amaçlanmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Çocukluk dönemi travmatik yaşantılar, ebeveynlerin çocuk yetiştirme tutumları, OKB, istismar


 
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