Involucramiento del Padre en la Crianza: Una Mirada Tríadica de las Relaciones Familiares Tempranas

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Francisca Pérez Cortés Marcia Olhaberry

Resumen

Considerando los beneficios de una paternidad activa en el desarrollo de niños y niñas, así como en las dinámicas familiares en general, los profesionales del área de la salud deben ser agentes activos en la promoción de la participación de madres y padres en la crianza. El siguiente artículo busca introducir en el contexto nacional una herramienta que amplía la mirada del desarrollo infantil y las relaciones al interior de la familia, desde la díada a la tríada. El Lausanne Trilogue Play (LTP) es una herramienta observacional, desarrollada por Fivaz-Depeursinge, Frascarolo y Corboz-Warnery (1996) que permite la evaluación estandarizada de la “alianza familiar”, corroborando la importancia de incorporar al padre en los estudios de procesos e interacciones familiares, así como la existencia de un efecto familiar tríadico desde etapas tempranas.

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Palabras clave
paternidad activa, desarrollo infantil, coparentalidad, alianzas familiares
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