Nino Kitoshvili Ekaterine Pirtskhalava


The family is the source of socialisation for the adolescent, whose main duty is to take care of the child and promote its development. When there is a conflict in the family that the parents cannot handle with their own resources, the well-being of the child is significantly affected. In order to protect the child's interests and ensure his well-being, the state should create family support programs that will help the child cope with psychosocial problems in the family. Currently, family support programs are very small and inaccessible. In addition, the existing programs do not have a preventive purpose and do not mean understanding the family as a unified system, thereby questioning the effectiveness of the existing record in the law of the state's obligation to care for the welfare of adolescents. The study considered it significant to determine in what cases the magnitude of the reflection of marital conflict on children increases or decreases and aimed to identify variables that interfere with the psychosocial well-being of adolescents and marital conflict. As a result of the research, the factors supporting the well-being of the adolescent in the process of marital conflict were identified. It is recommended to create a family support program focusing on the identified factors.