Attachment-focused integrative reminiscence with older African Americans: a randomized controlled intervention studyAging & Mental Health (2015)
: Prior integrative reminiscence interventions have had a limited focus on attachment themes. The attachmentfocused integrative reminiscence (AFIR) intervention differs from these in its central emphasis on attachment themes. The wide range of health benefits resulting from integrative reminiscence may be due in part to reminiscing about, mourning, and integrating unresolved attachment experiences.
- health disparities,
- integrative reminiscence,
- perceived stress,
- African American older adults
Publication DateMarch 25, 2015
Citation InformationMyra Sabir, Charles R. Henderson, Suk-Young Kang & Karl Pillemer (2015): Attachment-focused integrative reminiscence with older African Americans: a randomized controlled intervention study, Aging & Mental Health