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Vol. 12, número 1 (2015)

Depresión materna perinatal y vínculo madre-bebé: consideraciones clínicas

Marcia Paola Olhaberry Huber, Macarena Romero Jiménez, Ángela Miranda Largo

Resumen


La alta frecuencia de los trastornos depresivos en el mundo y las altas tasas reportadas durante el pre y postparto, alertan sobre la necesidad de profundizar en la comprensión de la depresión materna perinatal y sus repercusiones psicológicas en la madre y el niño/a. Se describen y analizan sus características, los factores protectores y de riesgo, los principales efectos en el vínculo madre-bebé, el desarrollo infantil y la identidad materna a partir de una revisión de la literatura existente. Se reflexiona también sobre las implicancias clínicas de este trastorno, las alternativas de tratamiento y los desafíos actuales para su abordaje psicoterapéutico integral, considerando los distintos aspectos de la matriz relacional de la díada madre-hijo/a en interacción.

Palabras clave


depresión materna perinatal; vínculo temprano madre-bebé; identidad materna

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https://doi.org/10.18774/summa-vol12.num1-180