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amani M, abolghasemi. Effectiveness of group instruction of dialectical behavior therapy consepts on improvement of emotional regulation strategies and decrease of obsession and compulsion symptoms. CPAP. 2016;
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-667-en.html

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Introduction: recently dialectical behavior therapy has employed as therapy for treatment resistant anxiety disorder. Present research has been done with goal of examination of effectiveness of group instruction of dialectical behavior therapy concepts on improvement of emotional regulation strategies and decrease of obsession and compulsion symptoms Method: sample of study was 30 women with obsessive compulsive. disorder that were selected by clinical interview. And they were placed with randomization in two groups experimental and control. Before starting first therapy sessions and after finishing final therapy session, The subjects of two groups completed Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire and Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale. Experimental group received dialectical behavior therapy in 12 sessions of 90 miuntes. The data were analyzed by multivariate analysis of variance. Results: The results showed that sexual obsession and check compulsion, reduction of subtypes obsessive and compulsive symptoms in experimental group was significantly more than control group. Also emtoinal regulation positive strategies had increased significantly in experimental group more than control group. Conclusion: dialectical behavior therapy is effective on reduction obsessive -compulsive disorder sympotems. Also reduction obsessive -compulsive disorder sympotems had associated with increasing of using from emtoinal regulation positive strategies.

     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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