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Rachael Coakley, PhD, Carolina Donado, PhD
December 2019, Volume 40, Issue 9;
This study evaluates differences in how mothers and fathers perceive and respond to their adolescents’ chronic pain before and after The Comfort Ability Program (CAP), a one-day cognitive-behavioral intervention. Our research findings suggest that mothers and fathers have different thoughts and responses to their adolescents’ pain at baseline. Participating in CAP may help to align their thinking and promote more adaptive parent responses, reinforcing the value of including both parents in pediatric treatment for chronic pain. For more information about the program, please visit: thecomfortability.com
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