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Ethics code: IR.IAU.SRB.REC.1402.051
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Pourzmani A, ghamari M, Hosseinian S. Comparing the effectiveness of acceptance-commitment therapy and spiritual intelligence training on the body image of children with cancer. RJMS 2024; 31
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-8420-en.html
Counseling Department, Science and Research Unit, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran. , Counselor_ghamari@yahoo.com
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Introduction and purpose: Today, cancer is considered one of the most important health problems around the world, and its prevalence is growing in industrialized countries, and one of the complications of this disease is the increase in mental and emotional illnesses in patients. Therefore, the current research was conducted with the aim of comparing the effectiveness of acceptance-commitment therapy and spiritual intelligence training on the body image of children with cancer.
Methodology: The research method was semi-experimental with a pre-test-post-test design with two experimental groups and a control group and a one-month follow-up, and its statistical population consisted of children with cancer who were hospitalized in the pediatric department of Tehran medical centers in 1402. who were in the age range of 9-13 years. Among these people, 30 people were randomly selected and randomly divided into three groups (20 people in two experimental groups, 10 people in the control group). To collect data, the body image questionnaire of Littleton, Aksam and Puri (2005) was used. The intervention method was that experimental group 1, during one period, for 8 sessions, two sessions a week and each session for 45 minutes, exposed to the independent variable (commitment and acceptance-based therapy group training) and experimental group 2, during They were exposed to the independent variable (spiritual intelligence group training) for one period, for 8 sessions, twice a week and each session lasted 45 minutes. To analyze the data, within-group analysis of variance with repeated measurements and block multivariate analysis of variance were performed.
Findings: The results of the present study showed that acceptance-commitment-based therapy and spiritual intelligence training have an effect on the body image of children with cancer, and there is a difference between the effectiveness of acceptance-commitment-based therapy and spiritual intelligence training on the body image of children with cancer. Does not exist.
Conclusion: Considering the positive effect of treatment based on acceptance-commitment and spiritual intelligence training, it is suggested to use these two treatments to reduce the problems of children with cancer.
 
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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