Marte Meo Magazine

  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Claudia Berther | Christine Drawert

    Betrachtungen und Überlegungen zum Gewaltphänomen
    Persönliche Betrachtungen und Überlegungen zum Gewaltphänomen vor dem Hintergrund meiner beruflichen Erfahrungen mit Marte Meo, einer Methode für sozial-emotionale Entwicklungsunterstützung

    Published:2015, November

    Author: Christine Drawert

    Keyword: Gewaltphänomen

    Sub keywords: Gewaltprävention
    Bindung
    Empathie
    Frühchen
    Kinder psychisch kranker Eltern


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 37G
    [English translation in preparation]

    1. Einführung

    Zu Beginn meiner Arbeit mit Marte Meo habe ich über die Form der aufsuchenden Familienhilfe Eltern mit Hilfe von Marte Meo-Filmclips darin unterstützt mit ihren Kindern im Alltag einen Neuanfang zu wagen. Dies bedeutete: gute Kontaktmomente zu bauen und zu üben an die Erlebniswelt ihrer Kinder anzuschließen. Ziel sollte u.A. immer sein, Eltern darin zu unterstützen die familiäre Atmosphäre so zu gestalten, dass die Kinder über Mama und Papa die Chance bekamen sich sozial und emotional gut entwickeln zu können. Seit einiger Zeit arbeite ich nicht mehr selbst in den Familien. Ich bilde Marte Meo-Praktiker, Marte Meo-Therapeuten und Marte Meo-Supervisoren aus, …


    … wobei ich durch die Marte Meo-Teilnehmer
    die Möglichkeit bekomme unzählige Filme von
    Babys, Kleinkindern, Kindern oder Jugendlichen in
    Kontakt mit ihren Eltern zu sehen. Auch erlebe ich
    diese in Kontakt mit Spezialisten, die den teilweise
    sehr verhaltensauffälligen Kindern außerhalb
    der Familien dabei helfen möchten später ein normales,
    erfülltes Leben führen zu können.

    Inhaltsverzeichnis:
    1. Einführung
    2. Im Gefühl der sozialen Verbundenheit
    liegt Gewaltvermeidungspotential
    2.1. Eltern von Frühchen
    2.2. Schreibabys
    2.3. Kinder psychisch kranker Eltern
    3. »Gutes« Erziehungsverhalten mit
    unerwünschten
    Auswirkungen
    4. Wie arbeitet man nach der Marte Meo
    -Methode?
    5. Förderschulen für soziale und emotionale
    Entwicklung
    6. Meine Hypothese aufgrund dieser
    Erfahrungen
    7. Erste Schritte für ein friedlicheres, gewaltloseres
    Miteinander

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  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Claudia Berther | Therese Niklaus Loosli

    Demenz und Marte Meo
    Bessere Pflege- und Lebensqualität für Betreuende und Pflegebedürftige

    Published:November, 2015

    Author: Claudia Berther ,
    Therese Niklaus Loosli


    Keyword: Dementia

    Sub keywords: Demenz
    Studie
    Pflege
    Pflegequalitätsverbesserung
    Community Care


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 52G
    [English translation in preparation]

    Abstract

    Marte Meo Trainings verbessern nicht nur die Arbeitszufriedenheit der Pflegenden sowie deren Kompetenzen im Umgang mit Belastungen, sondern auch die Lebensqualität der Pflegebedürftigen. Eine erste schweizerische Studie zeigt ähnlich positive Ergebnisse wie Studien aus anderen europäischen Ländern. Zudem führt die Methode zu einer Verbesserung der Pflegequalität, speziell auch bei herausfordernden Pflegeverrichtungen, wie z.B. bei Demenzerkrankten.
    Im ersten Marte Meo Fachbuch für den Pflegebereich vom Hogrefe & Huber Verlag wird dies anhand von vielen Praxisbeispielen und Erfahrungsberichten aus dem Pflege- …


    … und Betreuungsalltag bild- und filmbasiert
    erklärt (Berther/Niklaus, 2015).

    Mit Marte Meo steht eine einfach lernbare Methode bereit, die nicht nur in Heimen, sondern auch ambulant von Mitarbeitenden der Spitex, von pflegenden Angehörigen und Freiwilligen im Umfeld von Demenzerkrankten (Community
    Care) ohne großen Aufwand angewendet werden kann (Berther/Niklaus, 2015, S. 217-221). Und sowohl für Pflegende als auch für die Betroffenen zu mehr Lebensqualität führt (Rymann Solèr, 2014, S. 5). Kurze Videosequenzen von Interaktionen aus dem gewöhnlichen Pflegealltag werden in einem Marte Meo Kommunikations-Training oder in einem
    Coaching kleinschrittig analysiert. Der Fokus in der Beratung wird auf gelungene Momente, kleinste Initiativen,
    Bedürfnisse und Ressourcen gerichtet (Aarts, 2011).



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  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Linn-Heidi Lunde | Marianne Munch | Dementia

    The Marte Meo Practitioner Education In Dementia Care
    Presentation Of An Evaluation Project

    Published:March, 2015

    Author: Linn-Heidi Lunde ,
    Marianne Munch


    Keyword: Dementia Care

    Sub keywords: Practitioner Education, Marte Meo -
    Person centred care
    Evaluation project
    Norwegian Dementia care plan 2015
    Psychosocial work environment


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 49E
    Abstract
    The Norwegian Directorate of health assigned Health and Aging - The National Advisory Unit, in cooperation with Sykehuset Innlandet and NKS Olaviken Gerontopsychiatric Hospital funds for a three year development program: »Developmental program for non-pharmacological treatment – a better daily life for persons with dementia«. The program is part of the »Dementia Plan 2015«, the Norwegian plan for developing dementia care and family support. In this article we will present the Marte Meo practitioner evaluation project and the good effects it had on patient/caregiver level as well as on the psychosocial environment.


    1. Introduction
    The Norwegian Directorate of health assigned Health and Aging - The National Advisory Unit, in cooperation with Sykehuset Innlandet and NKS Olaviken Gerontopsychiatric Hospital funds for a three year development program:

    »Developmental program for non-pharmacological treatment – a better daily life for persons with dementia«. The program is part of the »Dementia Plan 2015«, the Norwegian plan for developing dementia care and family support. In this article we will present the Marte Meo practitioner evaluation project. For more information on the other projects…


    Table of Contents
    Abstract
    1. Introduction
    2. The Marte Meo Method
    3. Elements Of Supportive Communication
    3.1. Training In The Method
    3.2. What Do We Know About The Effect Of The Marte Meo-Method?
    3.3. Limitations Of The Method
    4. The Evaluation Project
    5. Organizing
    6. Conducting The Practitioner Education
    7. Participants
    8. Measure Methods
    8.1. Evaluation Form For Person Centred Care (P-CAT).
    8.2. Psychosocial Work Environment And Job Satisfaction
    9. Ethics
    9.1. Data Analysis
    9.2. Qualitative Interview
    10. Results
    10.1. Evaluation Form For Person-Centred Care
    10.2. Psychosocial Work Environmental And Job Satisfaction
    11. Focus Group Interview
    11.1. Importance For The Staff
    11.2. Importance For The Patients
    11.3. Discussion
    11.4. Methodological Limitations
    11.5. Recommendations
    12. What Has Happened Since The Evaluation Project Has Finished And Since The Implementation Project Has Started?
    Textbox 1: Elements Of Supportive Communication In Dementia Care
    Textbox 2: The Marte Meo Practitioner Education As Practiced In The Programme
    Table 1: Characteristics Of Caregivers Who Participated In The Practitioner Education

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  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Ingrid Lund | Rolf Rohde | Metalization

    »I discovered something new about myself«
    Marte Meo as a basis for increased capacity for mentalization

    Published:March, 2015

    Author: Ingrid Lund ,
    Rolf Rohde


    Keyword: Mentalization

    Sub keywords: Mentalization & Marte Meo
    Orphan home
    Qualitative interview
    Special needs


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 48E
    1. Introduction
    Over its 25-year history, the Marte Meo method has been an approach that has crossed cultural and national boundaries (Vik & Rohde, 2014). Its focus on the quality and strength of relationships transcend cultural difference, age and language.
    The method became an important part of competence development among …


    … employees at Western Balkan orphanages through the project »Competence building – in the best interest of children, a network-based project between Western Balkan orphanages and the University of Agder (UiA)«. Researchers from the UiA, therapists from the Department of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ABUP) at Sørlandet Sykehus Health Enterprise and the Kristiansand Municipality developed a training and counselling programme in Marte Meo as a sub-project of the competence development project. The project has three main objectives:
    1 to support and contribute to the development of a network between Western Balkan orphanages,
    2 to support and contribute to competence building and education in child care for leaders and staff,
    3 to contribute to reflection and discussion on qualities in child care and children’s living conditions at orphanages.

    Table of Contents:
    1. Introduction
    2. Capacity for mentalization
    3. Method
    3.1. Sample
    3.2. Focus group interviews
    3.3. Using an interpreter; validity and reliability challenges in the study
    3.4. Analysis
    3.5. Ethical reflection
    4. Discussion
    4.1. Marte Meo at the orphanage
    4.2. The importance of interpretation
    4.3. About understanding our own and others’ misunderstandings
    5. Concluding reflection
    References

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  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Marlies Schaefer | demenziell erkrankten Menschen

    People with dementia
    Care

    Published:March, 2015

    Author: Marlies Schaefer

    Keyword: Dementia

    Sub keywords: Care
    Relatives
    Elderly care
    Assistance


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 47E
    English translation in preparation.
    German Text availabe [Click here]


  • Marte Meo International | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Ulrike Stening-Peters | U3-Betreuung in Kindertagesstätten

    Beziehung gestalten im U3-Bereich der Kindertagesstätten
    Entwicklung begleiten

    Published:February, 2015

    Author: Ulrike Stening-Peters

    Keyword: Day-care


    Marte Meo Magazine 2015 | Article 44E
    English Translation in preparation

    Click here for German text



  • Marte Meo International | Marte Meo Magazine | Maria Aarts | Christian Hawellek | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Sabine Graaf | Marte Meo anti burnout

    How Marte Meo protect us from burnout
    Wie Marte Meo uns vor Burnout schützen kann

    Published:October, 2014

    Author: Sabine Graaf

    Keyword: Burnout

    Sub keywords: Stressmanagement
    Burnout friendly conditions of employment
    Team building


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 42G
    [English translation in preparation]

    1. Einleitung
    Als wir 2011 im Sozialpsychiatrischen Zentrum (SPZ) in Meckenheim(1) unser Projekt »Marte Meo in der Angehörigenberatung« begannen, ahnten wir nicht, dass wir nach drei Jahren – also am Ende des Projekts – sagen können, Marte Meo hat nicht nur dazu beigetragen, dass wir neue Ideen für die Beratung von Angehörigen von Demenzkranken
    und psychisch Erkrankten haben, sondern auch, dass sich unser Team verändert hat.

    Das SPZ in Meckenheim ist eine Einrichtung des SKM-Katholischer Verein für soziale Dienste im Rhein-Sieg-Kreis.(2) Wir haben mit einem multiprofessionellen Team …


    … von 17 Mitarbeitern und Mitarbeiterinnen den Auftrag, psychisch kranken Menschen und ihren Angehörigen, den Umgang mit den Erkrankungen und den Erkrankten leichter zu machen. Dazu steht uns ein differenziertes Angebot zur Verfügung:
    • Kontakt- und Beratungsstellen,
    • aufsuchende Dienste,
    • eine Tagesstätte,
    • eine Beratungsstelle für psychisch kranke Eltern und ihre Kinder und unser Angebot für alt gewordene psychisch Kranke und ihre Angehörigen.

    Wir nennen diese Beratungsstelle ADele – mit Alzheimer und Depression leben lernen. Hier nahm unser Engagement für Marte Meo seinen Anfang. Im oben genannten Projekt haben wir mit Unterstützung der Caritasstiftung für das Erzbistum Köln(3) erprobt, wie wir mit Hilfe von Marte Meo den pflegenden Angehörigen zeigen können, wie sie ihr Verhalten gegenüber dem erkrankten Familienmitgliedern so einrichten können, dass diese sich gesehen und verstanden fühlen und das häusliche Miteinander für alle Beteiligten erträglicher werden kann. (siehe: Marte Meo Magazine, Dezember 2012)(4)

    Inhaltsverzeichnis:
    1. Einleitung
    2. Beeindruckende Reaktionen
    2.1. Was wir uns auch gerne wünschten
    2.2. Die Arbeitsrealität zu Beginn des Projekts. »Keep it simple«
    3. Unsere Erfahrungen mit Marte Meo im SPZ
    3.1. Was habe ich selbst mit Marte Meo gelernt?
    3.2. Was hat sich bei Dir persönlich und im SPZTeam durch Marte Meo verändert?
    3.3. Wie kann Marte Meo dazu beitragen, uns vor Burnout zu schützen?
    3.3.1. Die Burnoutprävention muss von zwei Seiten ansetzen
    3.3.2. Persönliches Stressmanagement
    3.3.3. Burnon-freundliche Arbeitsbedingungen
    3.3.4. Was mit Marte Meo im Team entsteht
    3.4. Wie geht es mit Marte Meo im SPZ weiter?
    4. Und was sonst noch passiert ist
    Bibliografie

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  • Marte Meo International | Marte Meo Magazine | Maria Aarts | Christian Hawellek | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Christa Thelen | Psychische Gesundheit

    Supporting Psychogological Health
    Prevention with help of Marte Meo

    Published:October, 2k014

    Author: Christa Thelen

    Keyword: Family care, prevention –

    Sub keywords: Parental skills
    Developmental care
    Young parents


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 36G
    [English version in preparation]

    1. Ausgangssituation

    Im Bereich der stationären Jugendhilfe werden wir immer wieder mit der Problematik der seelischen Behinderung von Kindern und Jugendlichen konfrontiert. Die Familiengeschichte dieser Kinder und Jugendlichen ist in der Regel durch emotional hoch belastende und traumatisierende Lebensereignisse geprägt.

    Die Eltern der Kinder und Jugendlichen waren meistens in ihrer eigenen Kindheit ebenfalls extremen elastungen ausgesetzt und haben viele negative Erfahrungen gemacht. Mit der Geburt eines Kindes wollen Eltern in der Regel alles besser machen, als sie es selber erfahren haben. Sie müssen jedoch gemeinsam mit dem Kind Entwicklungsaufgaben bewältigen, die sie vor enorme Herausforderungen stellen, weil in ihnen alte Verletzungen weiterwirken und Erfahrungen des Gelingens fehlen. Dennoch ist das Kind auf den Aufbau einer feinfühligen Eltern-Kind-Interaktion angewiesen. Eltern von Kleinkindern brauchen eine hinreichende eigene seelische Gesundheit und …


    … physische sowie emotionale Versorgung, um ihre persönlichen Bedürfnisse angemessen zurückstellen zu können. Dies ist erforderlich, damit sie die Wahrnehmung auf das Kind richten und die notwendige Kraft und Geduld aufbringen können, um es bei der erfolgreichen Bewältigung erster Anforderungen (z.B. bei der Nahrungsaufnahme und Verdauung, der Regulation des Schlaf- und Wachzustandes oder der Affektregulation) entwicklungsunterstützend zu begleiten.

    Die ausreichend gute Versorgung der Kernbedürfnisse schafft die Grundlage für die Entwicklung einer sicheren Bindung. Gelingt dieses Zusammenspiel mit dem Kind nicht, werden bei Eltern häufig Versagensgefühle hervorgerufen. Eltern fühlen sich dann oft hilflos und verletzt und können in dieser Verfassung noch viel weniger feinfühlig auf die Bedürfnisse ihres Kindes eingehen.
    So entsteht ein Kreislauf, der verhindert, dass das Kind sich sicher und geborgen fühlt und sich als wertvolle Persönlichkeit erleben lernt. Belastungen werden weitergegeben, obwohl Eltern ihr Bestes für Ihr Kind tun möchten.
    Um diesen Kreislauf zu unterbrechen und dieser Entwicklung
    möglichst früh entgegenzuwirken, ist die
    Anwendung präventiver Maßnahmen dringend erforderlich.

    Inhaltsverzeichnis:
    1. Ausgangssituation
    2. Die Marte Meo Methode, ein ressourcenorientierter Ansatz
    2.1. Folgen und Benennen
    2.2. Positiv Leiten
    3. Präventives Angebot: Schau mal, wie dein Baby spricht!
    3.1. Bildungsangebot
    3.1.1. Folgen und benennen
    3.1.2. Positiv Leiten
    3.1.3. Begegnen
    3.2. Angebote für Eltern, die noch mehr lernen möchten
    4. Fazit: Unterstützung psychischer Gesundheit durch präventive Familienhilfe mit Marte Meo
    Literaturverzeichnis

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  • Marte Meo International | Marte Meo Magazine | Maria Aarts | Christian Hawellek | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie

    The potential of the Marte Meo method from a clinical-psychotherapeutical point of view
    Invitation to a change of perspective

    Published:2015, December

    Author: Dr. phil. Christian Hawellek

    Keyword: Potential Marte Meo method

    Sub keywords: Observation-led therapy
    Therapist-client relationship
    Moments of now
    Clinical-psychotherapeutical point of view
    Presentation of images and scenes
    Video-based therapy
    Forms of vitality
    Beliefs/self-images, represented -


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 33E
    Abstract:
    The main medium of psychosocial counselling and psychotherapy is communication. In the last couple of years, counselling methods like Marte Meo that are led by observations and based on video recordings have been developed. This article illustrates how these forms of working can enrich and complement the traditional form of therapeutic communication in a sensible way.

    1. Preliminary note
    This aphorism by Søren Kierkegaard also characterises
    the Marte Meo method, since a key element
    of the method is to review situations and
    moments …



    of the past. In this process, the clients(1), as they are described in this book, are invited to look at themselves in a social situation of the past. The term retrospect or »review« stands in a strong associative meaning with the terms »consideration « and »respect« in German.(2) In the counselling sessions, a situation from daily life is looked at and this happens, as it is illustrated at length in this book(*) and the DVD, in retrospect in the context of a respectful advisory or therapeutic setting. (see also Marte Meo information No. 09, Ch. 3.1.1.)(*) As it is the case in all therapeutic relationships, the respect for a person’s dignity is part of the work’s basis, especially since the review always exhibits an asymmetric structure in counselling methods like Marte Meo that are led by observations. The images from the video reveal one of the clients’ personal situations, which cannot be revised, added to or changed in any way. The clients show themselves exactly in the way in which they have behaved. The only thing that is modifiable is the meaning that is attributed to the respective moments and scenes by the observers. Therefore, the discussions surrounding the presented images call for respectful and empathic comments, which in turn can point out or open up new positive opportunities for development and support. Such a setting for communication makes it easier for the client to take encouragement from it and to accept the invitation for a change of perspective in regard to themselves and their particular situation.

    A respectful attitude towards the images and thus towards the person’s dignity shown in them is a »conditio sine qua non«, especially in times of a widely spread abuse of video images in the digital world – and not only in psychosocial fields of work. The following thoughts seek to point out connections between Marte Meo counselling and coaching processes that are led by observations and psychotherapeutic work that is more strongly based on communication. In doing so, they deepen and expand reasoning that have been brought forward elsewhere (Hawellek, 1995, 1997, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2012).

    Table of Contents:
    Abstract:
    1. Preliminary note
    2. Represented beliefs and self-images
    3. The presentation of images and scenes in the counselling session
    3.1. Moments of now
    3.2. Forms of vitality
    3.3. Forms of presence
    4. On the potential of an observation-led work with Marte Meo
    4.1. The significance of the therapist-client relationship
    4.2. Principles of effective work in the therapy and counselling process
    Tool box
    Annotations

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  • Marte Meo International | Stiftung Wagerenhof Uster | Colette Rymann Solèr | Implementierung | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie

    Implementation of the Marte Methode

    Published:June, 2014

    Author: Colette Rymann Solèr

    Keyword: Implementation


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 40E
    [English translation in preparation]


    [English translation ijn preparation]

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  • Marte Meo Magazine | Demenz | Dementia | Claudia Berther | Therese Niklaus Loosli | Developmental Psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie

    Marte Meo: A Crisis Management Concept For Dementia

    Published:July, 2014

    Author: CLAUDIA BERTHER ,
    THERESE NIKLAUS LOOSLI


    Keyword: Dementia

    Sub keywords: Burnout prevention
    Crisis management concept
    Care
    Counselling
    Neurobiology


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 39E
    To Communicate In A De-Escalating Way And Intervene In Crisis Situations

    To continuously forget the present poses a challenge for the people suffering from dementia as well as the people caring for them. Dealing with refusal to cooperate, disorientation, running away and aggressive behaviour requires a lot of strength and patience from everyone involved. Marte Meo, a communication method, helps to »read the message behind the problematic behaviour« in order to be able to communicate in a de-escalating way and …


    … intervene in crisis situations.


    1. Case study

    Mr Wyler (name changed) suffers from advanced dementia: often, he walks restlessly up and down in the ward, enters the rooms of other patients. Every now and then – as right now – he manages to leave the ward unnoticed, despite locked doors and a coded escalator, and to run away quite speedily.
    This is a critical situation for the patient, the team of nurses involved and for the relatives. To escort Mr Wyler back to the ward becomes an increasingly more challenging task: he reacts angrily, lashes about and can only be calmed down by the nursing staff with an effort.

    Contents:
    To Communicate In A De-Escalating Way And Intervene In Crisis Situations
    1. Case study
    2. Marte Meo as a crisis management concept for dementia
    2.1. As a solution-orientated instrument for assessment and evaluation
    2.2. Crisis prevention
    2.3. Crisis intervention
    2.4. Crisis prevention and -intervention with picture-based counselling
    3. Critical reflection
    4. Research
    5. Positive experiences
    Bibliography

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  • Marte Meo International | Maria Aarts | Developmental psychology | Klara Schlömer | Entwicklungspsychologie

    Marte Meo: A video-supported counselling method

    Published:February, 2014

    Author: Klara Schlömer

    Keyword: Video-supported counselling method

    Sub keywords: Interaction
    Development support
    Supervision
    Resources-orientated
    Kindergarten teachers, Behaviour of -
    Professionalization


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 38E
    Abstract:
    The Marte Meo intends to activate and support development processes of children. By means of video recordings, a new perspective on already familiar situations is made possible and the natural, development-supportive behavioural patterns of the person looking after the child are encouraged. In this process, the constant resources- and solution-orientated perspective on children and adults is absolutely crucial.

    Summarised for the hurried reader:
    Marte Meo is a video-based counselling method …


    … that has been developed for the work with parents by the Dutchwoman Maria Aarts more than 30 years ago. Today, it is used in nearly all social-paedagogical areas of activity. Marte Meo aims at supporting development processes of children and adults. In order to do this, the focus is first put on what the child is already able to do, what it has not yet developed and how they can be supported. The task for the paedagocial professionals is to notice the development supportive patterns of behaviour and to promote these. In doing so, the video recordings make a new perspective on everyday, familiar situations possible.

    CONTENTS:

    Abstract
    CASE EXAMPLE: A totally different child [First publication]
    1. Introduction
    2. Basic assumptions
    2.1. The basis for a beneficial development of children is the natural interaction from parents/teachers with the children
    2.2. Marte Meo is development support, no therapy
    2.3. Kindergarten teachers usually possess good natural interaction skills. By using Marte Meo, they are encouraged to consciously notice their own abilities, to use them and to purposefully develop them further
    2.4. A picture is worth a 1000 words
    3. Development advancement in free play situations
    3.1. Waiting
    3.2. Following
    3.3. Naming
    4. Development support in structured situations
    4.1. Making a clear start
    4.2. Being socially aware
    4.3. Affirming desired behaviour
    4.4. Creating a needed focus
    5. Discovering chances
    Annotations & Literature

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  • Marte Meo International | Inge Nowak | Entwicklungsunterstützung | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie

    Marte Meo: A Method Of Developmental Supportive Communication Reading The Developmental
    Message Behind The Behaviour

    Published:July, 2014

    Author: Inge Nowak

    Keyword: Develeopmental Support

    Sub keywords: Emotions, Regulating -
    Day-care centres
    Developmental message, Reading the - behind behaviour
    Negotiate, Learning to -
    Observation Model
    Self-evaluation
    Social competence


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 29E
    Marte Meo: A Method Of Developmental Supportive Communication Reading The Developmental
    Message Behind The Behaviour


    1. Case Study:
    Marte Meo as a video-based method of observation and analysis is becoming more and more popular. It is also suitable for situations of conflict: It is a totally normal day at the day-care centre. A mutter of voices in the building block corner, a crowd in the doll corner and giggling in the group room. One kindergarten teacher is busy with the breakfast dishes and a colleague of hers is tending two children in the bathroom. Suddenly, two boys get into a fight, having played peacefully before. The …


    …kindergarten teacher runs to them, because Max is crying and Jan is standing in front of him with clenched fists. Earlier, the two boys played – each on their own – with building blocks and toy cars. When both of them wanted to have the wooden bridge a fight broke out.
    1. 2. What Happened? Scenario 1:
    Max forcefully takes the wooden bridge out of
    Jan’s hand, Jan goes…

    Table of Contents:
    Marte Meo: A Developmental Supportive Approach
    1. Case Study
    1. 2. What Happened?
    3. Understanding Conflicts Better: Observing Small Aspects
    4. There Is A Developmental Message Behind The Behaviour
    5. A Theoretical Model Of The Marte Meo Method
    6. Supporting Social Skills
    6.1. Back To The Starting Point (Case Study)
    6.2. Developing Empathy By Means Of Naming
    6.3. Support In Order To Build Confidence In One’s Own Abilities
    7. Cooperation And Change Of Perspective

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Therese Niklaus Loosli | Maria Aarts

    Marte Meo Parent Coaching
    3 year-old child who has communication difficulties

    Published:March, 2013

    Author: Maria Aarts ,
    Therese Niklaus Loosli


    Keyword: Parent coaching

    Sub keywords: Communication
    Development support
    Image-based counselling
    Systemic counselling
    Neurobiology


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 13E
    1. Current Situation

    Sonja’s mother is concerned: Sonja is now 3 years old and still barely talks. She says single words, but those only very quietly and mostly in an inarticulate way. Sonja is an only child. When her mother had to run household chores, she hardly plays on her own, but only sits around and looks at her toys. On the playground in front of the apartment building, Sonja watches the other children play, but does not talk and …


    play with them.

    Sonja’s mother wants her child to learn how to speak and to play both on her own and together with other children. She has already let her child be medically checked: in the somatic sense (the bodily side) everything seems to be ok with Sonja.

    Sonja’s mother is a single parent: the father left the family when Sonja was half a year old. The mother herself does not talk a lot and rather quietly, and also hardly looks at the Marte Meo therapist when she does so. Altogether, she seems to be worried and insecure, even scared at times.
    She has heard about the Marte Meo Parent Coaching: before she will have her daughter medically examined once more, she wants to try whether she can support her daughter Sonja in her development and in her role as a mother in the daily life at home using Marte Meo.

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychology | Ingeborg Hedegaard Kristensen

    The Relations Between Infants And Vulnerable First Time Mothers
    Study At Aarhus University (Protocol)

    Published:June, 2013

    Author: Ingeborg Hedegaard Kristensen - RN, MPH, PhD Student

    Keyword: Mothers, first time -

    Sub keywords: - Community setting - Infants - Study, intervention - - Parental support - Relations infant-mother - Research - Video guidance & Marte Meo Methode


    Marte Meo Magazine 2013 | Article 34E
    The Study Subject
    Ingeborg Hedegaard Kristensen (RN, MPH, PhD Student, Section for Nursing, Department for Public Health, Aarhus University, Denmark) commenced a 3-year’s study at Aarhus University on the relations between infants and vulnerable first time mothers.


    From The Protocol:
    • Study 1: Identification Of Target Group
    • Study 2: Designing An Evidence-Based Programme
    • Study 3: Intervention Study In Communities



    Supervisors:
    • Hanne Kronborg,
    • Tea Trillingsgaard, and
    • Marianne Simonsen.

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychological | Entwicklungspsychologie | Marianne Munch | Dementia | Demenz

    A Supportive Communication Approach Towards Elderly With Poor Communication Skills
    Marte Meo Video Counselling

    Published:April, 2013

    Author: Marianne Munch

    Keyword: Dementia

    Sub keywords: Communication
    Communication challenges
    Communication, supportive
    Care, Person centred
    Care, Relation oriented
    Interaction in daily life
    Filmcounselling


    Marte Meo Magazine 2013 | Article 32E
    ABSTRACT
    I have worked with the Marte Meo method for the last five years and would like to share some of my experiences. I will make an attempt to convey the need for interactive skills in approaching persons with dementia with poor communication skills and unintelligible behaviour. I will describe the elements of supportive communication through examples of interaction in daily life situations that we focus on, while reviewing film clips in counselling sessions. Focus will be on the caregivers’ learning process in the counselling session as well. Further more results, future challenges and obtaining consent will be …


    … be mentioned.

    The terms patient, resident and person with dementia are used indiscriminately.

    1. Introduction
    The term caregivers in long term care, in Norway, covers a variety of staff such as graduate nurses, nursing assistants, social educators, and unskilled staff.
    The term challenging behaviour is used instead of Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD).

    The caregivers in dementia care in particular need to develop skills in how to interact and communicate in a way that defends the dignity and integrity of the person with dementia. Reduced capacity to communicate and to interpret perception through their senses, makes the persons with dementia vulnerable in interaction situations.

    During the last years, there has been a demand on solution oriented teaching methods with attention on strengthening the caregivers’ interaction skills. Attending different courses may increase the caregivers’ knowledge about dementia, but does not always ensure that the caregivers apply their knowledge. The Marte Meo method is an approach that focuses on the good interactive moments. This seems to enhance and strengthen the caregivers’ relational and communicative skills. When the caregivers become more aware of, and trained in applying the supportive elements of communication in interacting situations, it seems to increase the patients’ initiative and coping behaviour. Reduction of challenging behaviour is observed as well.(1)
    By strengthening the caregivers’ interaction skills, we expect that they will develop an individualised or person oriented care.(2) A person oriented care as opposed to task-oriented care, renders a more human care of persons with dementia. Hopefully this leads to a better quality of life during the course of the disease.

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Marian Schneider

    Marte Meo and School
    In den Problemen steckt keine Zukunft - Entwicklungsstimmung anstatt Problemtrance

    Published:Juli, 2013

    Author: Marian Schneider

    Keyword: School, Marte Meo and -

    Sub keywords: School culture
    Coaching for teacher


    Marte Meo Magazine 2013 | Article 31E
    English translation in preparation


  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Heike Bösche | Marte Meo Bonn Rhein - Sieg

    Eine visuelle Methode in Worte gefasst
    Marte Meo Entwicklungsunterstützung

    Published:Juli, 2013

    Author: Claudia Berther ,
    Heike Bösche ,
    Hartmut Hägele ,
    Astrid Moors ,
    Ulrich Pohlman


    Keyword: Pediatrics


    Marte Meo Magazine 2013 | Article 30G
    English translation in preparation


  • Marte Meo | Kindertagesstätte | KiTas | Daycare | Developmental psychology

    An Educational Partnership From The Very Star
    The Marte Meo method as a possibility for settling in the day-care centre

    Published:June, 2014

    Author: Gudrun Koldewey ,
    Doris Porsch


    Keyword: Day-care centre

    Sub keywords: Parental competence
    Abilities to play
    Implementation
    Provision of information
    Playgroup meetings
    Marte Meo regulars’ table


    Marte Meo Magazine 2013 | Article 28E
    1. Introduction
    For now about four years, we have been offering a Marte Meo playgroup for the familiarisation with our institution for our future day-care centre kids and their parents.
    Whether attending »Present with two« or »Ready for the day-care centre« – parents and children get to know us and our work already before the
    kindergarten starts. This makes it possible for the parents to already build trust in the institution. Parents who trust the …


    … day-care personnel also mirror this to their kids. Thus, the children receive the information: »I feel at ease and understood here and you, my child, can feel this, too.« In this way, the building of an attachment is positively influenced.
    We start with some Marte Meo parent information and explain by means of video-clips what kind of skills a child needs in order to settle in at the day-care centre.

    Content:
    2. Supporting The Child’s Ability To Play
    3. Familiarisation: Manner And Planning
    3.1. Parent Information
    3.2. Children And Parents Meet In The Playgroup
    3.3. Video Sequences In The Subsequent Meeting
    4. Parents Receive Information On Development
    5. Parents’ Experience
    6. The effect & »Marte-Meo regulars’ table«
    [The »Marte Meo Stammtisch«]
    7. The Effect Achieved Through Marte Meo Is Impressive

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental Psychology | Psychologie | Sabine Graaf

    Marte Meo And Counselling For Relatives

    Published:October, 2013

    Author: Sabine Graaf

    Keyword: Counselling relatives

    Sub keywords: Dementia
    Mental illness
    Social-psychiatric centre
    Competences
    Communication
    Experiences
    Transfer


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 27E
    1. Introduction
    Relatives of people with mental health problems or who suffer from dementia have a great need to unburden themselves and to get suggestions for dealing with the person suffering. The staff of the social…


    …-psychiatric centre (SPZ) in Meckenheim (an institution of the SKM-
    Catholic Association for social services in the area of Rhein-Sieg)(1) has known this for more than 20 years and comply with this need by talking with the relatives, individually or in groups.

    To listen, to understand, to share sorrow and shock with others are helpful in this process, but eventually the suggestions of the counsellors remain abstract if they are only conveyed verbally. The wish to show relatives in a more concrete, practical and effective way how they can form their behaviour in interaction with the family member with special needs, finally lead to Marte Meo as a method in advising relatives.

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie | Training

    Public Health Nurses’ Experiences of Training in Marte Meo Communication Skills
    This is a summary report of the research study titled

    Published:2012, November

    Author: Colette O'Donovan

    Keyword: Training, Marte Meo -

    Sub keywords: Communication Skills
    Public Health Nursing
    Phenomenology
    Research, qualitative -


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 26E
    Introduction
    The goal of this research study was to develop an understanding of Public Health Nurses experiences of training in Marte Meo communication skills. As the work of the Public Health Nurse is clinical and home-based she(1) is ideally placed to provide support to parents in their parenting role from a very early stage of the child’s development. Training and up-skilling is an essential component of professional development for practitioners in clinical practice. The Marte Meo …


    …method provides practical and detailed information on child development, developmental processes and how social and emotional development is supported in daily interaction moments. Participation in Marte Meo communication skills trains Public Health Nurses in interpersonal skills and in observational skills, with a specific focus on child development and attachment. Thus the purpose of this study was to explore with Public Health Nurses their experiences of training in Marte Meo communication skills.  This study is of qualitative design, is based on hermeneutic phenomenology and draws on Heideggerian principles of philosophy.

    Contents:
    Abstract
    1. Introduction
    2. Aim Of The Study
    3. Literature Review
    3.1. Introduction
    3.2. The Marte Meo Method
    3.3. Role of the Public Health Nurse
    3.3.1. Social Support
    3.3.2. Observational skills
    4. Methodology
    4.1. Research Design
    4.2. Philosophical Foundations of Phenomenology
    4.3. Sampling
    4.4. Ethical Considerations
    4.5. Data Collection
    4.6. Data Analysis
    5. Findings
    Table 1: Model of Practice – Public Health Nurse Engagement
    Notes & References

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  • Marte Meo | Developmental psychology | Stefan Bommer Thalwil

    Implementation Marte Meo

    Published:August, 2012

    Author: Stefan A. Bommer

    Keyword: Implementation


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 22E
    English translation in preparation.


  • Marte Meo | Developmental Psycholoy | Therese Niklaus Loosli

    Marte Meo & ADHS

    Published:March, 2012

    Author: Therese Niklaus Loosli

    Keyword: ADHS

    Sub keywords: Entwicklungsunterstützung
    Neurobiologie
    Hyperaktivität


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 19E
    An English translation will follow a.s.a.p.


  • Marte Meo | Autism | Autismus | Irène Baeriswyl-Rouiller | Developmental Psychology | Entwicklungspsychologie

    Supporting the social, emotional and communicative development of children within the spectrum of autism with the MARTE MEO concept

    Published:2012, October

    Author: Irène Baeriswyl-Rouiller

    Keyword: Autism

    Sub keywords: Children within autism spectrum
    Social-emotional development
    Communication
    Parents, Cooperation with -
    Integration


    Marte Meo Magazine 2014 | Article 16E
    Summary:
    The education of people within the spectrum of autism is a challenge for parents, teaching personnel and other professionals. The concept of
    »Interactive Guidance according to Marte Meo«, which has been continually developed by Maria Aarts (1996) in the last twenty years, is a very efficient concept for developmental support. It is based on the analysis of daily situations that are recorded on video. The video analyses make it possible to advise parents and …


    … professionals correctly as to how they can support the development
    and activate the resources of children, youths and adults with special needs. On the grounds of those observations the ways the development can be supported and how this support can be built into the daily life are defined, so that the support happens continuously and is therefore sustainable.
    The concept can be applied very flexibly and individually, be changed and realised in different ways.

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  • Marte Meo | Day Care | Kindertagesstätte | Josje Aarts

    What Does A Child Need For The World Of Tomorrow?
    Marte Meo: The Discovery Of The »Goldmine« - Marte Meo In Day-Care Centres

    Published:March, 2012

    Author: Josje Aarts

    Keyword: Day-care centre

    Sub keywords: Checklist for day-care centres
    Child development
    Education
    Goldmine, Marte Meo -
    Interaction
    Integrated kindergarten
    Marte Meo elements
    Parenting
    Waiting & Following & Naming
    When-What-Why


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 12E
    Marte Meo In Day-Care Centres

    What Does A Child Need For The World Of Tomorrow?

    Marte Meo: The Discovery Of The »Goldmine«

    [Unabridged upload at June, 2014, in new design]

    JOSJE AARTS | Director »Marte Meo International | Education«, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    The »Marte Meo Method for day-care centres« is based on the Marte Meo program, developed by my sister Maria Aarts: a video-based supportive development program.
    This Marte Meo program consists of concrete information for the support of children’s development …


    … in daily moments of interaction. Fifteen years ago, I have started to introduce Marte Meo in day-care centres and kindergartens in Denmark, and to further develop the Marte Meo information. It was my pronounced aim to promote quality improvements in the area of day-care centres. The nursery nurses’ enthusiasm and learning ability impressed me a lot back then. Step by step, they learned to use the Marte Meo method and to integrate it in their own work environment.
    Back then, we worked on two levels of development support. On the one hand we focused on the colleagues/professionals: What kind of abilities were already there? And what abilities would they need to learn in order to be able to support the children’s development?
    On the other hand, we concentrated on the child: What is the child already to do? What kind of support does it require in order to be able to develop new necessary and useful abilities?

    Table of Content:
    1. Using Marte Meo In Day-Care Centres - (Children Aged 0-6)
    2. Suggestions Immediately Applicable
    3. Development - Nature Is So Generous
    4. »Waiting - Following - Naming«
    5. The Marte Meo 3Ws: When | What | Why - How Can The »Gold Mine« Be Better Developed?
    6. The Child’s Learning Level. The Child’s Pace
    7. Children With Special Needs
    8. A Structure For Day-Care Centres
    9. Ideal Example Of An »Integrated Kindergarten«
    10. How Did It Continue After My Counselling?
    11. Parents Are Important: The »Marte Meo Invitation Program«

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  • Marte Meo method | Developmental Psychology | Dublin City University

    The Dynamics of Sharing Professional Knowledge and Lay Knowledge:
    A study of parents’ and professionals’ experiences of childhood interventio

    Published:2011

    Author: Dr Jean Clarke ,
    Ms Yvonne Corcoran ,
    Dr Mel Duffy


    Keyword: Childhood intervention

    Sub keywords: Knowledge, Professional
    Knowledge, Lay
    Developmental psychology
    Marte Meo Method, Parents’ experiences
    Marte Meo Method, Professionals’ experiences
    Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 18E
    The Dynamics of Sharing Professional Knowledge and Lay Knowledge:
    A study of parents’ and professionals’ experiences of childhood interventions within a Marte Meo framework

    DR JEAN CLARKE | Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
    MS YVONNE CORCORAN | Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
    DR MEL DUFFY | Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland

    This research report provides an account of the understanding parents and therapists constructed of their experiences of participating in the Marte Meo method.


    The research study took place between February 2009 and February 2011. The research team were Dr Jean Clarke (Dublin City University); Ms Yvonne Corcoran (Dublin City University); Dr Mel Duffy (Dublin City University). Ms Colette O’Donovan (Marte Meo method HSE) was the professional (Marte Meo) consultant to the team.

    The research was funded by the Health Services Executive.

    Table of Contents:

    Acknowledgements
    Executive Summary
    Chapter One: Background And Introduction
    Research goals
    Chapter Two: A Review Of The Literature
    Chapter Three: Methodology
    Chapter Four: The Parents’ Story
    Chapter Five: The Therapists’ Story
    Chapter Six: The Coming Together Of The Stories Of The Families And The Therapists
    Recommendations For Practice
    Recommendations For Research
    Recommendations For Education And Training



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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | Catholic Care, Sydney | Developmental Psycho

    Marte Meo: The Training

    Published:2011, Juli

    Author: Jacquie Leabeater Leabeater

    Keyword: Marte Meo Training

    Sub keywords: Catholic Care
    Marte Meo Method
    In-Company Training
    Marte Meo Elements


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 15E
    Marte Meo: The Training

    JACQUIE LEABEATER | Program Manager (Catholic Care, Sydney)

    [An German translation will follow a.s.a.p.]

    •••    »Learning By Doing«
    This training is quite unique. Maria’s training style is not delivered in the way many other academic training programs are presented... and no doubt what we expected. However we are not lectured at to learn the components of a theoretical model that may only really come to life once we have finished the course. In contrast we are learning to be therapists through a »hands on« teaching approach. We are »learning by doing« the work as we go.
    [Read the full article for FREE hereafter]


    [An German translation will follow a.s.a.p.]
    [Read the full article for FREE hereafter. Subscribers to the Marte Meo Magazine will find a full edited Article on this site]

    As the sessions have progressed I do believe many of us have developed an appreciation of the value of this approach. Maria uses our video
    footage to provide 1:1 supervision to teach each of us the necessary Marte Meo skills and to further build on these, step by step, to apply the principles of Marte Meo. If it was just words by lecture style, just reiterating what has been written in a manual, I doubt we would have got as far as we have. I know I would have struggled linking the thinking behind Marte Meo, let alone begin to use it as a therapeutic way of working with clients.

    •••    How Does The Training Benefit Us?
    The sessions are practical during Maria’s delivery of the Marte Meo framework. All new information provided is presented by way of interactive group discussion but equally and in particular through 1:1 supervision sessions. In this way we all get the opportunity to practise the Marte Meo skill sets right there and then with Maria’s supervision. We then get to take this information and build on the skills learned, in actual scenarios with clients.
    As our Marte Meo supervisor, Maria is continually providing feedback to the targeted training therapist. In fact Maria uses the 1:1 Marte Meo Review techniques to convey this information. Everything Maria says and does is a mirror reflection of the Marte Meo therapeutic skills. Listen to her! She highlights and confirms those Marte Meo moments where we have been able to effectively demonstrate a skill set that she has taught us. Using the 1:1 review process she also creates a task list of skill areas that can be further developed as well as providing the next step to apply in the Marte Meo application.This information is vitally important, as these are the very elements of Marte Meo that we need to consolidate to be competent therapists.
    • 1. Structural components: Knowing and using the equipment confidently.
    • 2. InteractionAnalysis :Framing the right picture and using effective communication models to give information that will help to »build on one’s own strengths«.
    • 3. The Review Process: Incorporating the above elements of Marte Meo.
    • 4. Developmental diagnosis: To consider task lists that will provide teaching points to help restore developmental processes through supportive parenting skills.
    • 5. Re-Review: As a continual process until task list completed resulting in »closure«.

    If you think of a Surgeon teaching interns a new surgical procedure. There may be one intern invited to work directly with the Surgeon in the theatre, getting the necessary 1:1 step by step instruction and supervision for the hands-on procedure. The rest of the interns are watching from the gallery; observing and listening to all information being given. They have the opportunity to be the eyes and ears of a particular surgical procedure that is being brought alive from the »textbook« making it real and relevant. This vantage point provides a »personal microscopic camera lens«, that will support them to link the theory and practice and further build on their confidence to be the next intern in action.
    So in our context, during a 1:1 supervision session with Maria Aarts the rest of the group participants should be watching, listening and learning. This is their Marte Meo training moment. In this way the participants can assimilate all the information being exchanged between the training therapist and Maria, which will help to consolidate the necessary information and skills required to be competent therapists. The transference of this acquired knowledge and the particular skills being taught through this exchange will then be further enhanced when the next trainee has their 1:1 supervision.
    The day does not begin when it is your 1:1 time, nor when your 1:1 time is complete. »Every minute between 10 am and 4 pm is a Marte Meo learning moment«. There are always new pieces of information provided in each of the 1:1 sessions that we should note and file in our memory storage bank or written notes, for future reference.
    Maria acknowledges that it is hard at times to retain so much information. So as recommended by her, from now on, we will set up a video cam during a specific teaching point and accrue this footage as part ofa library reference for ourselves and other future trainees.

    July 2012: To gain our certificates as Marte Meo therapists, we should maximise our opportunities to absorb as much information as possible during our all inclusive training sessions with Maria. We must then use the information, apply the skill setsand knowledge in our 1:1 supervision session as per the relevant »teaching point«, instructed by Maria. In our 1:1 supervision times, Maria will view your work with you, providing valuable instruction and feedback that will build on our capacity as a therapist. She is critically analysing our work to date and looking for evidence to see what stage we are at; i.e. evidence that we have been practising the skills, and whether we have mastered them, to then be coached into the next skill level.
    In essence we have to take a risk in front of our colleagues and be prepared to role play the required skill sets being taught and learned in order to critically review the skills and knowledge that we need to build on.It is then our responsibility to practice and implement these therapist teaching points at every possible moment during client interaction moments and specific therapeutic Marte Meo time.
    The notes that you take of the 1:1 sessions of your colleagues as well as your own, are a teaching manual in themselves. If you have been astute in your ability to watch, listen and learn, and methodically record all that is encompassed in the sessions, your notes will constitute a reference point as a training manual.
    Equally, the »Marte Meo - Basic Manual«(*) written by Maria, is also an important resource and you should now be able to refer to this and make sense of the content. The valuable information contained in the manual seems to come to life following each of the sessions completed

    Further information: JACQUIE LEABEATER »Catholic Care« (Sydney) PO Box 3127 Bankstown NSW 2200 | Australia. Tel.: (+61)-(0)2-8709 9333 | Fax: (+61)-(0)2-8700 3390. E-mail: jacquie.leabeater@catholiccare.org | Website: www.catholiccare.org
    © 2011 Aarts Productions | Eindhoven & J. Leabeater. This »MARTE MEO Magazine« article is copyright. For information, mail to the publisher: aartsproductions@martemeo.com

    Citing this article:
    Jacquie Leabeater, Marte Meo: The Training (Marte Meo Magazine 2011, Art. 15E, p. ...; www.martemeo.com)

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | CatholicCare, Sydney | Implementation

    »Upon Reflection«
    Marte Meo In Everyday Practice

    Published:2011, August

    Author: Jacquie Leabeater Leabeater

    Keyword: Implementation

    Sub keywords: Institutes
    Everyday practice
    Therapeutic model
    OOHC Program
    Communication, restore
    Developmental process, restore
    Interaction moments


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 14E
    »Upon Reflection«
    Marte Meo In Everyday Practice

    JACQUIE LEABEATER | Program Manager; CatholicCare, Sydney

    [A German translation will follow a.s.a.p.]
    For those of us who have been given the opportunity to train in this therapeutic model of working with children, young people and parents/carers to restore developmental processes and communication models, it is imperative that we embrace Marte Meo as part of our everyday work. Marte Meo is…


    [A German translation will follow a.s.a.p.]
    … not a process that we turn on and off between training sessions or only focus on when trying to achieve homework tasks.
    Although we are in the early stages of becoming Marte Meo Therapists, we should try to integrate Marte Meo in everyday »interaction moments« of our work.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    »Supporting development in normal everyday contexts«
    Two Children In Our OOHC Program
    Supportive Parenting Moments
    • Example: Play Time Of Joane & Richard
    Read The »Developmental Message« Behind The Problem Behaviour
    • Key Difference Using The Marte Meo Approach
    The Opportunity To Think And Act Differently
    The Practicalities Of Bringing Marte Meo To Our Work

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  • Marte Meo | Prechter | Neurophysiologische Entwicklungsförderung INPP

    Marte Meo: A Cybernetic Learning and Development Model
    Neurophysiological Development Support INPP, Kinaesthesia and the Marte Meo Method

    Published:2012, August

    Author: Bernhard Prechter Prechter

    Keyword: INPP, Neurophysiological development promotion -

    Sub keywords: Kinaesthesia
    cybernetic learn and development model
    Educational science
    Pedagogy
    Social tracking


    Marte Meo Magazine 2012 | Article 11E
    Marte Meo: A Cybernetic Learning and Development Model
    Neurophysiological Development Support INPP, Kinaesthesia and the Marte Meo Method

    BERNHARD PRECHTER
    | MA Educational Science NDT/INPP®; Systemic Counsellor (SG); Marte Meo Therapist; Marte Meo Supervisor i.A.

    In my contribution to the concluding colloquium of becoming a Marte Meo therapist, I have linked the new Marte Meo information with my experiences as educationist and therapist for neurophysiological support of development INPP.


    In my pedagogical practice in Thalwil and Bern (Switzerland), I work as therapist for neurophysicological development support INPP(*) targeted at children, teenagers and adults. The children and teenagers that frequent my practice together with their parents, generally want reading and writing to succeed, concentration to be possible and reacting appropriately in a given situation to become an ordinary ability. They come with different diagnoses – e.g. dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, autism, Tourette’s syndrome or Asperger’s syndrome. Often, they have already completed several well-known treatments with high commitment and have in the process achieved partial results. They try harder in order to get good feedback in daily and academic tasks and are still less successful than others.


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  • Marte Meo | Akutkrankenhaus | Claudia Berther | Hartmut Hägele

    Marte Meo im Akutkrankenhaus

    Published:Juni, 2011

    Author: Claudia Berther ,
    Dr. Hartmut Hägele


    Keyword: Emergency hospital

    Sub keywords: Nursing school, training
    Nursing situation
    Interaction nursing staff/doctor-patient
    Medical area


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 10E
    Marte Meo in the »Emergency Hospital«

    CLAUDIA BERTHER (Hospital nurse) & DR. HARTMUT HÄGELE (Paediatrist; Psychotherapist; Children and youth psychotherapist; Marte Meo Supervisor; Medical Director of »Fachklinik Bromerhof«)

    Nurse CLAUDIA BERTHER from Wallbach in Switzerland and paediatrist and psychotherapist DR. HARTMUT HÄGELE from Ravensburg in South Germany have run a notable project in the context of their training to


    become Marte Meo Supervisors.
    Over the course of one year they trained nine students to become »Marte Meo Practitioners« in the nurse’s training school in Ravensburg.

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Methode | stationäre Altenhilfe | Ursula Becker

    Marte Meo: Auf die Beziehung kommt es an
    Video-Aufzeichnungen unterstützen Pflegende

    Published:2011, Juni

    Author: Dr. med. Ursula Becker Becker

    Keyword: Residentary geriatric care

    Sub keywords: communication
    dementia
    (elderly care) nurse
    geriatric care
    nursing home
    nursing personnel
    relatives
    quality
    quality of life
    quality of work


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 09G
    • Video-Recordings Support Nursing Personnel:
    Marte Meo: The Relationship Matters

    DR. MED. URSULA BECKER | Doctor for general medicine, palliative medicine; Systemic family therapist; Marte Meo Supervisor

    [Survey]
    Video-Recordings Support Nursing Personnel:
    Marte Meo: The Relationship Matters

    Marte Meo, Latin for »on one’s own strength« is a concept that shows the positive sides – and that by means of video recordings. The general and palliative medic DR. URSULA BECKER explains


    how film recordings of daily situations can help nurses in their work. As a general practitioner in nursing homes and lecturer in geriatric care specialised in the focal topic dementia, she is familiar with the daily routine of nurses.

    The loss of memory people with dementia suffer is not reversible. Orientation deteriorates more and more. It is important for the people concerned to be able to find their way around in every moment and to feel accepted. The concept of Marte Meo, developed in the seventies by the Dutch woman Maria Aarts (Aarts, 2009) sets in precisely at this point. Marte Meo – »on one’s own strength« – asks how it is possible to give people with restricted abilities orientation in daily contact and to create an atmosphere of security and appreciation. Originally devised for the area of child and youth welfare, Marte Meo has in the meantime proved itself helpful in many other contexts – likewise in geriatric care. The natural communication of parents with their children serves as a model. While children have not yet developed many abilities, people with dementia have lost many. Against this background relationships can succeed well.

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | Communication Skills | Colette O'Donov

    Public Health Nurses’ Experiences of Training in Marte Meo Communication Skills
    [Research article - Thesis]

    Published:2011, June

    Author: Colette O'Donovan O'Donovan

    Keyword: Communication Skills

    Sub keywords: Public Health Nurses
    Public Health Services
    International adoption
    Intervention
    Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 08E
    Public Health Nurses’ Experiences of Training in Marte Meo Communication Skills
    [Research article - Thesis]

    COLETTE O’ DONOVAN | Licensed Marte Meo Supervisor and Co-ordinator, Marte Meo Training Centre, Health Service Executive

    [For further information, mail Colette O'Donovan: colette.odonovan@hse.ie]

    The following is a research abstract and poster that was
    submitted and accepted for presentation at the 3rd
    International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, that was
    held in Galway, Ireland in April 2011. The final research
    report is presently being written up as a research study for
    my MSc by research. Further details will be available in
    autumn 2011.


    This research poster presents emerging findings from a study of ten PHNs’ (Public Health Nurses) experiences of training in Marte Meo communication skills.
    Specifically it focuses on their changing style of practice – »looking with a new lens«.
    BACKGROUND: In Ireland, the Public Health Nurse Service focuses on the provision of care at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. A review of literature and health care policy suggests that Public Health Nurses (PHNs) are ideally placed to provide family support and to transfer information to parents on parent-child attachment and development. PHNs are continuously up-skilling their competencies in relation to their parent-child observational skills and their nterpersonal skills, which influence the nurse in her supportive role to the family. In Ireland, Marte Meo communication skills training has been provided to PHNs since 1998. The Marte Meo method is a film based supportive interaction programme that provides concrete and detailed information to parents and professionals on child development, developmental processes and how development is supported in daily interaction moments.
    To date the views of PHNs who completed the Marte Meo training have not been documented. The purpose of this research study is to explore with PHNs their experiences of training in Marte Meo communication skills and how this enhances their work practice with families.
    METHOD: The study is of qualitative design, based on hermeneutic phenomenology, underpinned by Heideggerian philosophy, whose aim is to understand experiences. Unstructured interviews provided opportunities for the PHNs to describe their experiences of the training and how it facilitates their work practice with families. Data analyses are guided by a hermeneutic circle of understanding, which allows for the experience of moving between the part and the whole, via dialogue. It is anticipated that findings will inform future training and educational needs of PHNs.

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | Adoption | Osterman | Möller | Wirtberg

    The Marte Meo Method As A Means Of Supporting New Adoptive Parents

    Published:2011, June

    Author: Anders Möller ,
    Gunnel Osterman ,
    Ingegerd Wirtberg


    Keyword: Adoption

    Sub keywords: Attachment
    Interaction
    International adoption
    Intervention
    Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 07E
    The Marte Meo Method As A Means Of Supporting New Adoptive Parents

    GUNNEL OSTERMAN & ANDERS MÖLLER | are Doctoral student and Professor, Nordic School of Public Health, Gothenburg, Sweden

    INGEGERD WIRTBERG | Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Lund, Sweden

    Aim:
    The study discussed here by GUNNEL OSTERMAN, ANDERS MÖLLER and INGEGERD WIRTBERG aimed to find out if any observable themes or patterns recur when using the Marte Meo (MM) method with adoptive parents, and if the parents feel that working with this method helps them to interact with their child. The study used qualitative methods and comprised two parts:


    - use of the MM method with couples who had adopted their first child within the past two months, and
    - semi-structured interviews with the parents.
    The study group consisted of seven parent couples, who had adopted children aged 5-15 months from overseas.

    The principle of the MM method is for the child’s need to be approached at its own tempo and rhythm. It encourages and motivates the parents to adjust their interplay to the child’s actual behaviour, leading to better adjustment to the child’s tempo and rhythm. This is important because initial video filming reveals that most parents adopt a tempo that is too fast for their child. During this initial period, the MM method may be one way of working to meet adoptive parents’ need for advice and support in their efforts to be sensitive to the developmental needs of their child.

    Introduction:
    The history of adoption is as long as the history of the human race. But the adoption of children from other countries flourished after World War II, when thousands of European children were orphaned. Sweden now admits about 750 internationally adopted children per year. Half of them are under the age of two when they arrive, with the majority coming from China, Korea, Vietnam and Colombia (MIA, 2009).

    In the work discussed, we shall focus on Marte Meo(2) as an intervention with families who have newly completed an international adoption. It is part of a research and development project entitled The Marte Meo Method for Newly Adoptive Families at the Partille Infant Care Unit in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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  • Marte Meo | Therese Niklaus Loosli | Maria Aarts | Prävention

    Marte Meo: Früherfassung und Frühförderung in der Mütter-/Väterberatun

    Published:2011, Mai

    Author: Maria Aarts ,
    Therese Niklaus Loosli


    Keyword: Mother-Father Counselling

    Sub keywords: Early recognition
    Early intervention
    Neurobiology
    Developmental support
    Prevention
    Attachment theory
    Video case supervision


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 06E
    Marte Meo: Early Recognition And Early Intervention In Mother/Father Counselling

    THERESE NIKLAUS LOOSLI | Systemic solution and resources orientated counselling practice; Dr. med. specialist FMH for child and youth psychiatry and psychotherapy; Couple, family and systemic therapist; Marte Meo Therapist and Marte Meo Supervisor
                  &
    MARIA AARTS | Director Marte Meo International;
    Founder ofthe Marte Meo Method

    As a result of new neurobiological insights (Braun, 2004 and 2006; Hu?ther, 2007; Spitzer, 2007) and the new research in attachment theory (Hawellek, 2006; Ruppert, 2011, online) central importance of early recognition and early intervention becomes apparent. This means that occupational groups like mother/father counsellors play an even more decisive role in the professional care system for parents of small children: Because the mother/father counselling stands in open-door contact already since the child’s birth – and hence also with children who are in need of special support. www.ief-zh.ch


    Precisely for this reason it is helpful to know Marte Meo as an easily applicable and proven method for development support in ordinary life (Aarts, 2009), which the mother/father counsellors can apply in the parents counselling for early recognition and early intervention as preventive method.
    The Marte Meo method is trained in groups (professionals) and through video case supervision in step with actual practice: In Switzerland e.g. in the IEF in Zurich partially with Maria Aarts, founder of Marte Meo (www.ief-zh.ch) or in Wilob in Lenzburg (www.wilob.ch) and in Herzogenbuchsee as well as in teams directly on site with Therese Niklaus, medical doctor for children and juvenile psychiatry (www.therese-niklaus.ch).

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  • Marte Meo Method | Maria Aarts | Lukas Eggenschwyler | Daniela Loosli

    Marte Meo Methode & Das metaphorische Modell von Bacon
    Seminararbeit am Institut für Sportwissenschaft der Universität Bern: Betra

    Published:2011, March

    Author: Lukas Eggenschwyler ,
    Daniela Loosli


    Keyword: Interdisciplinary experiential education, Bacon

    Sub keywords: Bandura, Social-cognitive learning theory -
    Developmental support
    Interventional practice of psychology
    Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 05E
    The Marte Meo Method & The Metaphorical Model by Bacon
    [English edition published in October 2011]

    Term paper: Examination of learning theoretical mechanisms based on the comparison of Bacon’s learning model in experiential education and the Marte Meo concept.

    LUKAS EGGENSCHWYLER & DANIELA LOOSLI | Students at the Faculty of Sport Science, University of Bern, Switzerland


    In the context of the tutorial physical education, we had to deal intensively with the various realms of interdisciplinary experiential education. This prompted us to get involved with this subject in greater detail. Out of interest, we decided to take part in an introduction course of the Marte Meo method. In this context, we discovered interesting connections between this method stemming from interventional therapy and the interdisciplinary experiential education. This motivated us to make comparisons between these different approaches and to see whether the interdisciplinary experiential model could possibly be enriched by the Marte Meo method.
    Special thanks are due to Therese Niklaus Loosli whose Marte Meo introduction course we attended. She provided us with all materials about Marte Meo and gave helpful advice concerning the elaboration of the question.

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | Therese Niklaus Loosli | Neurobiology

    Die Wirksamkeit von Marte Meo neurobiologisch erklärt
    Ein Fallbeispiel aus der Prävention

    Published:2010, October

    Author: Therese Niklaus Loosli Niklaus Loosli

    Keyword: Neurobiology

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo
    Marte Meo Method
    Prevention
    Developmental support
    Case study


    Marte Meo Magazine 2011 | Article 04E
    A Case Study On Prevention:
    Explaining The Efficiency Of Marte Meo From A Neurobiological Perspective

    THERESE NIKLAUS LOOSLI | Systemic solution and resources orientated counselling practice; Dr. med. specialist FMH for child and youth psychiatry and -psychotherapy; Couple, family and systemic therapist; Marte Meo Therapist and Marte Meo Supervisor; Supervisor, coach and organisation developer; Lecturer

    The Marte Meo concept is a programme for supporting the development of babies, children, teenagers and adults in daily life. Marte Meo was founded in 1976 by Maria Aarts, The Netherlands, and is currently used in preventive as in therapeutic work contexts in more than 35 countries and continues to develop (Aarts, 2009; Niklaus, 2009, 1 and 2). But how can the efficiency of Marte Meo be explained from a neurobiological perspective?


    Both parents are working. Though the mother only works part time, she feels guilty because she thinks that she does not have enough time for her children. The daughter, Pia – one and a half – is playing with toy building bricks. The mother feels stressed because she is
    tired after her day at work, but has the impression that she has to do more in order to support her child in its development in the best possible way. At the same time,…

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  • Marte Meo | Marte Meo Method | Research | Astrid Elisabeth Andersen

    The method that can change practice
    A grounded theory study of Marte Meo therapists in dementia care

    Published:2009, October

    Author: Astrid Elisabeth Andersen Andersen

    Keyword: Research Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo
    Marte Meo Methode
    Dementia
    Grounded theory
    Learning
    Client-centered


    Marte Meo Magazine 2010 | Article 03E
    [This study will be available only in Swedish language]

    ASTRID ELISABETH ANDERSEN | Consultant; Occupational therapist; Specialist for elderly people

    Excerpt
    This qualitative study aimed to increase understanding of what the consequences have been for Marte Meo therapist in dementia care to have learned the method. The study shows that the Marte Meo method has positive influence both because the staff have an improved working environment and because the staff experience that they are better able to detect the patients needs after having learned the method.


    [The study was published in October 2009. It is published in Norwegian language only. See the PDF of the excerpt by the NHV - Nordic School of Public Health on this website for a brief survey.]
    The text of the thesis can be found on the web site of the »Nordiska högskolan för folkhälsovetenskap«; click here.

    Further information:
    Astrid Elisabeth Andersen; e-mail: astrid.andersen@aldringoghelse.no]


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  • Das Marte Meo Netzwerk aktiv nutzen

    Erfahrungen sammeln mit Marte Meo in Down Under
    Das Marte Meo Netzwerk aktiv nutzen

    Published:2010, December

    Author: Sophie Rausch Rausch

    Keyword: Education

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Methode
    Internship
    Preschool


    Marte Meo Magazine 2010 | Article 02E
    »Gain experiences with Marte Meo "Down Under"«
    Actively Using The Marte Meo Network«

    SOPHIE RAUSCH | Marte Meo Therapist; Psychology Student

    [Subscribers to the »Marte Meo Magazine« have access to the full text of the articles]


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    Inspired by my mum, HILDEGARD RAUSCH(1), I began my Marte Meo therapist courses in the January of 2009 in Eindhoven with JOSJE AARTS.
    During the 18 months of learning Marte Meo, I worked with foster parents, teachers of a school for mentally and physically disabled children and with two girls living in supervised youth accommodation aged 6 to 10 to improve their co-operational skills and develop and strengthen a positive self-view.

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  • Carola Basten | Marte Meo International | Marte Meo Method

    Marte Meo: Ein präventives vorgeburtliches Beratungsangebot
    Donum Vitae: »Fit fur's Kind«

    Published:2010, November

    Author: Carola Basten Basten

    Keyword: Early Intervention

    Sub keywords: Prevention
    Early intervention
    Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2010 | Article 01E
    Marte Meo Magazine 2010 | Article 01E

    »Marte Meo«: A Preventive Prenatal Counselling Service
    Donum Vitae: »Fit for the child«


    CAROLA BASTEN | »Donum Vitae«, Region Freiburg (Germany), counselling centre. Social worker (UAS); Pregnancy Conflict Counsellor; Team Leader according to the Prague Programme for Parents and Children; Marte-Meo Therapist; Systemic Family therapist

    [Subscribers to the »Marte Meo Magazine« have access to the full text of the articles]


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    Through my work in pregnancy conflict counselling (»Donum Vitae«), I have contact with women/couples who have decided to keep the child and who are already accompanied and counselled by us during the pregnancy. Hence, there is an existent trusting relationship before the Marte Meo work starts between parents and counsellors. This is an important precondition for a successful cooperation.

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  • Maria Aarts | Hildegard Rausch | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2009/1&2, Vol. 42/43
    Complete Magazine | 72 pages

    Published:2009, May

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2009 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2009/1&2 - Vol. 42/43:
    • Mir fa?llt nix ein (U?nterstu?tzung von Entwicklungsprozessen) - I am lost for ideas (The support of developmental processes) [Maria Aarts & Hildegard Rausch]
    • Study of parents’ and professionals’experiences - Studie Erfahrungen Eltern und Mitarbeiter [Dr. Jean Clarke, Ms. Yvonne Cocoran & Dr. Mel Duffy; Dublin City University]
    • Radiosendungen in der Schweiz - Marte Meo Broadcast in Switzerland [Rita Jungo Küttel]
    • Marte Meo BildungsZentrum Su?d - Marte Meo Educational Centre South [Heike Bösche]
    • Marte Meo-Einfu?hrungsreise in Australien [Maria Aarts]
    • Marte Meo in Lettland - Marte Meo in Latvia [Hildegard Rausch, Ilona Busa & Gatis Buss]
    • »Fachtagung Blickpunkt Baby« [Dr. Christian Hawellek & Walburga Rolfes]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2009/1&2 - Vol. 42/43:
    • Aarts, Maria
    • Bösche, Heike
    • Busa, Ilona
    • Buss, Gatis
    • Clarke, Jean
    • Cocoran, Yvonne
    • Duffy, Mel
    • Hawellek, Dr. Christian
    • Küttel, Rita Jungo
    • Rausch, Hildegard 
    • Rolfes, Walburga

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  • Maria Aarts, Rainer Schwing

    Magazine 2008/3&4, Vol. 40/41
    Complete Magazine, 80 pages

    Published:2008

    Author: Marte Meo Marte Meo

    Keyword: Magazine

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2008 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2008/3&4 - Vol. 40/41: • Concrete help for coping with the pedagogical everyday life [Christian Hawellek] • The Marte Meo Method in the »Seniorenzentrum am Haarbach« [Marzena Jura, Claudia Thommes, Christoph Venedey] • Retrospective evaluation of the Marte Meo method at the elderly home »Lindegården« (an Interview0 [Lone Bakke, Maria Aarts] • A randomly controlled study of the Marte Meo Method (an Interview) [Marit Bergnum-Hansen, Maria Aarts] • Take-off of the »Marte Meo Movement« in Germany [Maria Aarts] • Taken from the record of the »Marte Meo Movement« [Hildegard Rausch] • Enabling deeper understanding & Didactic help for mediation in initial and further training [Armin Castello, Marlene Grotz] • Marte Meo - A successful concept in the Mo.Ki.-Family Centre [Inge Nowak] • We speak differend languages; Marte Meo is the connection [Birgit Kessels] • 13th Symposium for children day care, Bensheim [Anne Taistra]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2008/3&4 - Vol. 40/41: • Aarts, Maria • Aarts, Josje • Bakke, Lone • Bergnum-Hansen, Marit • Castello, Armin • Grotz, Marlene • Hawellek, Christian • Jura, Marzena • Kessels, Birgit • Nowak, Inge • Rausch, Hildegard • Taistra, Anne • Thommes, Claudia • Venedey, Christoph

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  • Gerald Hüther | Maria Aarts | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2008/2, Vol. 39
    Complete Magazine | 64 pages

    Published:2008, September

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2008 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2008/2 - Vol. 39: • Marte Meo: A concept to enhance developmental support – Marte Meo: Ein Konzept zur Fo?rderung der Entwicklungsunterstu?tzung [Irène Baeriswyl-Rouiller] • Spuren des Erfolgs Systemische Praxis: Marte Meo und Neurobiologische Forschung – Tracks of Succes Systematic practice: Marte Meo and neurobiological research [Rainer Schwing] • Australian Marte Meo Method Introduction Tour: Some Responses By Australian Professionals [Maria Aarts, ed.] • O?sterreich: Marte Meo in der Ergotherapie: Mutter zeigt Sohn ihr Zutrauen in seine Fa?higkeiten, sein Selbstvertrauen sta?rkend - Austria: Marte Meo in occupational therapy: Mother shows son her belief in his abilities boosting his self-confidence [Patricia Eisner, Asita Monshi & Nina Zohmann] • »Curling Parents« (Column) - »Curling-Eltern« (Kolumne) [Maria Aarts] • Die Botschaft hinter herausfordernden Verhalten verstehen (Long Distance SuperVision) [Maria Aarts] • Systemische Hirngespinste: Neurobiologische Impulse und andere Ideen fu?r die Systemische Theorie und Praxis (DGSF Fachtage)


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2008/2 - Vol. 39: • Aarts, Maria • Baeriswyl-Rouiller, Irène • Eisner, Patricia • Monshi, Asita • Schwing, Rainer • Zohmann, Nina

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  • Ingrid Schulz | Ulrike Schulz | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2008/1, Vol. 38
    Complete Magazine | 52 pages

    Published:2008, May

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2008 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2008/1 - Vol. 38: • »Mir fa?llt nix ein«: MARTE MEO Kommunikationstraining mit einem 16-ja?hrigen Jugendlichen aus einer Pflegefamilie - »I Can’t Think Of Anything«: Communication training with a 16-year-old adolescent from a foster family [Hildegard Rausch] • »U?berhaupt kein Thema«: MARTE MEO im Gefa?ngnis - »Fragen & Antworten-U?bung« - »No Problem At All«: Marte Meo In Prison; »Question & Answer-Exercise« [Claudia Minoliti] • Reading the message behind special behaviour (Long Distance SuperVision) [Maria Aarts] • Eltern-Informations-Paket: »Lerne Dein Baby kennen…« - »Getting to know your baby…« [Ann O'Neill] • Daheim statt im Heim. U?ber Menschen im ho?heren Lebensalter, deren Angeho?rige und den Einsatz von »MARTE MEO« - Life At Home Rather Than At Nursing Home. The application of »MARTE MEO« with older people and their relatives [Dr. Ingrid Schulz & Dr. Ulrike Schulz] • Das Sichtbarmachen des positiven Leitens hat eine gu?nstige Auswirkung auf das Verhalten eines Lehrers – Making Positive Leading Visible Has A Favourable Effect On ATeacher’s Attitude [Tim Werkmeister] • Familienzentrum unterstu?tzt Familien mit entwicklungsauffa?lligen Kindern; Fachtag Duisburg [Petra Droll] • 6. Nordiske Marte Meo Kongress Lillehammer, Norway (6th Nordic Marte Meo Congress) [Norske Marte Meo-Foreningen]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2008/1 - Vol. 38: • Aarts, Maria • Droll, Petra • Minoliti, Claudia • Norske Marte Meo-Foreningen • O'Neill, Ann • Rausch, Hildegard • Schulz, Dr. Ingrid • Schulz, Dr. Ulrike • Werkmeister, Tim

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  • Catherine Berkeley | Monica Flynn | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2007/2, Vol. 37
    Complete Magazine | 84 pages

    Published:2007, December

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2007 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2007/2 - Vol. 37: • Small scale research at »Beechpark Services« for children with an autistic spectrum disorder: »We want to communicate better with our child who has autism« [Catherine Berkeley & Monica Flynn] • Kleinra?umige Untersuchung bei »Beechpark Services« fu?r Kinder mit Sto?rungen aus dem auftischen Formenkreis: »Wir mo?chten besser mit unserem autistischen Kind kommunizieren« [Catherine Berkeley & Monica Flynn] • In Stimmung fu?r Entwicklung: »Ich kann fliegen!« (Live reviewing on stage) [Maria Aarts] • Fachtag: »Interaktion und Entwicklung« Ein Dialog zwischen Maria Aarts & Gerald Hu?ther; zwischen MarteMeo-Praxis & neurobiologischer Forschung [Praxis, Institut für Systematische Beratung] • Internationale Fachtagung 2008: »Lust auf Entwicklung« - Die vielfa?ltigen Formen der Marte Meo-Methode. 10 Jahre Marte Meo-Weiterbildung in Ko?ln [Peter Bünder]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2007/2 - Vol. 37: • Aarts, Maria • Berkeley, Catherine • Bünder, Peter • Flynn, Monica • Praxis (Institut für Systemische Beratung) • Rohde, Rolf

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  • Ingegerd Wirtberrg | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2007/1, Vol. 36
    Complete Magazine | 40 pages

    Published:2007, May

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2007 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2007/1 - Vol. 36: • Parenting Information Pack: »Getting to know your baby« [Ann O"Neill] • A Portrait Of… [Ingegerd Wirtberg] • In the mood for development - »I can fly!«: Single mother & 8-year old son (Live reviewing on stage) [Maria Aarts] • Ein theoretisches Modell der MARTE MEO Methode: Ein vertieftes Versta?ndnis ermo?glichen & didaktische Hilfe zur Vermittlung in der Aus-, Fort- & Weiterbildung [Armin Castello & Marlene Grotz] • Basismodell entwicklungsunterstu?tzender Kommunikation [Armin Castello & Marlene Grotz] • Bericht Fachtag Essen: 27. Ma?rz 2007: Mit Marte Meo Familien sta?rken [Nadine Otto & Edith Schmitzer] • Marte Meo i familjehem [Maria Paegle]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2007/1 - Vol. 36: • Aarts, Maria • Castello, Armin • Grotz, Marlene • O'Neill, Ann • Paegle, Maria • Schmitzer, Edith • Wirtberg, Ingegerd

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  • Colette O'Donovan | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2006/2, Vol. 35
    Complete Magazine | 56 pages

    Published:2006, October

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2006 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2006/2 - Vol. 35: • »Kleine Monster«: Marte Meo Eltern-coaching mit Eltern von Babys und Kleinkindern [Christian Hawellek] • A Portrait Of… [Colette O'Donovan] • Mary McAleese addresses the 10th Anniversary Marte Meo Conference (Text of the speech, Dublin 13th October, 2005) [Mary McAleese, Pres. of Ireland] • »Super Nanny« und »Märte Meo«: U?ber den Unterschied zwischen Entmu?ndigung und Unterstu?tzung im Erziehungsverhalten [Peter Bünder] • Seminarevaluation Marte Meo Basiskurs (Ergebnisbericht) [Armin Castello] • Communication Opens The Circle! Mother & 3-Year Old Boy, Diagnosed »Infantile Autism« (Live reviewing on stage) [Maria Aarts] • Cooperation Around Children with Special Needs With the Help of MARTE MEO [Ingegerd Wirtbewrg] • Golfclub Kamp-Lintfort und Neukirchener Erziehungsverein helfen mit MARTE MEO [Neukirchener Erziehungsverein] • From the Norwegian Marte Meo Association [Julianne Villanger] • The 5th Nordic Marte Congress [Kristina Brolin] • Marte Meo on the Faeroe Islands: »Marte Meo Felag Føroya« [Bessi Bjarnason]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2006/2 - Vol. 35: • Aarts, Maria • Bjarnason, Bessi • Brolin, Kristina • Bünder, Peter • Castello, Armin • Hawellek, Christian • McAleese, Mary (Pres. of Ireland) • Neukirchener Erziehungsverein • O'Donovan, Colette • Villanger, Julianne • Wirtberg, Ingegerd

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  • Marita Brümmer | Christine Rössel | Maria Aarts| Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2006/1, Vol. 34
    Complete Magazine | 60 pages

    Published:2006, May

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2006 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2006/1 - Vol. 34: • A Supportive Communication Approach towards Elderly with Poor Communication Skills [Marianne Munch] • A Playschool / Day Nursery Team’s Experience of MARTE MEO in their Workplace [Staff »Our Lady's Nursery«] • Sko?vde: 3W’s and the Message Behind the Behaviour [Åse Ljungquist-Svantesson] • Marte Meo Magazine’s Conversation Moments: Ingeborg Kristensen & Maria Aarts in Conversation • Anniversary Conference Marking 10 Years of Teaching [Ringkjøbing Amt] • Introducing MARTE MEO to Elderly Care in Herning [Hanne Helms] • Marte Meo & Video-HomeTraining in Germany [Maria Aarts] • Eine kleine Geschichte u?ber die u?berregionalen und internationalen Arbeitsbu?ndnisse zum Thema: »Arbeit mit der Kamera« [Marita Brümmer] • Alles begann im Jahre 2001 in einem scho?nen Hotel in Waldrandlage in der Grafschaft Bentheim [Christine Rössel] • Ein autistischer Junge aus Spanien (Long Distance SuperVision) [Maria Aarts]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2006/1 - Vol. 34: • Aarts, Maria • Aarts, Josje • Brümmer, Marita • Helms, Hanne • Kristensen, Ingeborg • Ljungquist-Svantesson, Åse • Munch, Marianne • O'Donovan, Colette • Ringkjøbing Amt • Rössel, Christine • Staff »Our Lady's Nursery«

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  • Pernille Roug | Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2005/4, Vol. 33
    Complete Magazine | 56 pages

    Published:2005, December

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2005 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2005/4 - Vol. 33: • Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, addresses the 10th Anniversary Marte Meo Conferenc [Colette O'Donovan] • 10 Year Celebratory Conference on the Development of the Marte Meo Method in Ireland [Colette O'Donovan] • A Twelve Year Old Boy with Autism from America (a Long Distance SuperVision) [Maria Aarts] • Von der Botschaft hinter den Problemen: Maria Aarts im Gespra?ch [Christian Hawellek & Arist von Schlippe] • A Portrait of… [Pernille Roug] • New Marte Meo Countries & Branches [Maria Aarts] • Nordic Marte Meo Congress 2006 in Nyborg, Denmark


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2005/4 - Vol. 33: • Aarts, Maria • Aarts, Josje • Bösche, Heike • Drawert, Christine • Hawellek, Christian • O'Donovan, Colette • Roug, Pernille • Von Schlippe, Arist

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  • Marte Meo Method

    Magazine 2005/3, Vol. 32
    Complete Magazine | 60 pages

    Published:2005, November

    Author: Maria Aarts, Editor Aarts

    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2005 | Article
    CONTENT (abriged) Marte Meo Magazine 2005/3 - Vol. 32: • Checklist: The »Marte Meo School Programma« (Part II) [Josje Aarts] • Long Distance SuperVision: A Spanish boy with autism [Maria Aarts] • Skövde: Elements of co-operation [Christina Blennow] • A portrait of… [Annegret Sirringhaus-Bünder & Peter Bünder] • Frühe Erziehungsberatung im Landkreis Vechta [Christian Hawellek, Walburga Rolfes] • Die Chancen der Marte Meo-Methode bei der Vermittlung von Kindern in Pflegefamilien [Christoph Elling] • Meine Arbeit mit Märte Methode [Petra Gsell] • Marte Meo in der Jugendhilfe in Monheim [Elfi Bär, Bernd Stade] • Getting to know your baby [Colette O'Donovan] • Marte Meo: en veilednings- og behandelingsmetode (Part II) [Reidun Hafstad, Haldor Øvreeide]


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2005/3 - Vol. 32: • Aarts, Maria • Aarts, Josje • Bär, Elfi • Blennow, Christina • Bünder, Peter • Elling, Christoph • Gsell, Petra • Hafstad, Reidun • Hawellek, Christian • O'Donovan, Colette • Øvreeide, Haldor • Rolfes, Walburga • Sirringhaus-Bünder, Annegret • Stade, Bernd

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  • Reidun Hafstad & Haldor Øvreeide

    Magazine 2005/2, Vol. 31
    Complete Magazine | 60 pages

    Published:2005, April

    Author: Josje Aarts ,
    Maria Aarts ,
    Lone Bakke ,
    Reidun Hafstad ,
    Birgit Ulma


    Keyword: Elderly Care

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2005 | Article
    CONTENT (abridged) Marte Meo Magazine 2005/2, Vol. 31: • Special: The Marte Meo Elderly Care Programme • Marte Meo: en veilednings- og behandlingsmethode (Part 1) • Checklist: Marte Meo School Programme (Part 1)


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2005/2, Vol 31: • Aarts, Josje • Aarts, Maria • Andresen-Kühn, Hede • Bakke, Lone • Hafstad, Reidun • Månsson, Agneta • Øvreeide, Haldor • Ulma, Birgit

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  • Maria Aarts, Gonnie Aarts, Josje Aarts

    Magazine 2005/1, Vol. 29/30
    Complete Magazine | 52 pages

    Published:2005, January

    Author: Maria Aarts ,
    Irène Baeriswyl-Rouiller ,
    Inge Nowak ,
    Colette O'Donovan ,
    Vanessa Schlevogt


    Keyword: Marte Meo Method

    Sub keywords: Marte Meo Method


    Marte Meo Magazine 2005 | Article
    CONTENT (abridged) Marte Meo Magazine 2005/1, Volume 29/30:
    • The use of Marte Meo in Schools and Play Schools
    • Mo.Ki - Monheim für Kinder gewinnt den ersten Präventionspreis
    • Early intervention for children with developmental, speech, communication and language delay


    AUTHORS in Marte Meo Magazine 2005/1, Vol 29/30:
    • Aarts, Maria
    • Axberg, Ulf
    • Dutt, Tapati
    • Hawellek, Christian
    • Nowak, Inge
    • O'Donovan, Colette
    • Schlevogt, Vanessa
    • Sengupta, Sujata
    • Wirtberg, Ingegerd

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