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|Title:||The Effect of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training Program on Reducing Emotional and Social Distress: Three Years Follow Up|
|Authors:||Sabra, Z. E. I.|
Daigham, A. I.
|Keywords:||cognitive behavior therapy|
cognitive behavior therapy skills
cognitive therapy scale
|Publisher:||ХОГОКЗ / KRPOCH Publishing|
|Citation:||Sabra, Z. E. I., & Daigham, A. I. (2021). The effect of cognitive behavioral therapy training program on reducing emotional and social distress: three years follow up. International Journal of Science Annals, 4(1), 16–21. https://doi.org/10.26697/ijsa.2021.1.3|
|Series/Report no.:||International Journal of Science Annals, 4(1);|
|Abstract:||Background: This paper addresses the question: is a brief cognitive behavior therapy training program enhances psychologist’s skills as reflected in scores on cognitive therapy skills scale and in helping students with emotional and social problems? The aim of the study: to explore the impact of the effect of cognitive behavioral therapy training program on reducing emotional and social distress over 3 years. Materials and Methods: Participants are 35 school psychologists (20 females and 15 males) have received intensive cognitive behavior therapy training for 6 days during two weeks followed by one to one supervision in school sittings for three months. Participants completed cognitive behavior therapy scale. Individual and group counseling sessions delivered to male and female (age mean is 13.7 years) students known of emotional and social problems during the current school year. Supervisors wrote a report in the end of three months practice, students and parent’s feedback had collected. Results: Results show that differences between pre and post scores on cognitive behavior therapy scale are statistically significant (t=4.92), supervisors reports and students feedback indicate improving therapeutic skills by the end of three months practice. Conclusions: Cognitive behavior therapy training program has positive influence in enhancing cognitive behavior therapy skills in school psychologists that reflected in providing effective counseling for students with emotional and social problems. Supervision based training optimizing the therapeutic outcome in both individual and group therapy sessions. Follow up of 3 years revealed continuous effect of the training and continuous supervision in improving counseling skills of school psychologists.|
|Other Identifiers:||DOI: https://doi.org/10.26697/ijsa.2021.1.3|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol. 4, No.1, 2021|
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