Study: Problem-solving therapy may benefit mothers of children with autism

11/12/2013 | Reuters

Researchers found that mothers of children recently diagnosed with autism may benefit from problem-solving therapy. In a study of 122 mothers, those who completed six sessions of guided problem-solving activities reported less stress three months after their child's diagnosis. The idea is for parents to take skills learned through their therapy to help solve future challenges, researchers said.

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