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Contrasting the effectiveness of group cognitive behavior therapy and group cognitive behavior therapy with motivational interviewing on behavior and performance of patients with obsessive – compulsive disorder
علي نويديان, ليلا حق شناس, محمد رضا عابدي, ايران باغبان, مريم فاتحي زاده
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Aim and Background:Increasing of being responsive to the present treatments including cognitive-behavioral therapy is the priority of clinical research and motivational intervening is considered as a hopeful intervention.The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of motivational interviewing on the severity of symptoms of patients with obsessive – compulsive disorder. Methods and Materials: This research is a clinical trial study. Pre-test, post-test with a control group were done  on  40 people suffering from  OCD in 2009. The subjects were selected by convenience sampling and were randomly classified into the experimental group (No.=20) and the control group (No.=20). The intervention consisting of ten sessions of group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and motivational interviewing was given to the experimental group . The data obtained by Yale – Brown Obsessive– Compulsive Scale  and Sheehan Disability Scale was analyzed by statistical tests of repeated measures  analysis and t-test. Findings: The results revealed that the average of Yale - Browen score of the intensity of Obsessive– Compulsive symptoms in pre-intervention, post-intervention and follow-up stages were 29.64 , 19.92  , 20 in the control group and 34.58 , 17.23 , 19.35 in the experimental group respectively.The variance analysis  test repeated measures showed that after the intervention also there was no significant difference between the two groups (p = 0.06) but the decrease in the intensity of OCD symptoms in the experimental group was more than the control group( p = 0.0001) and  this decrease continued until the follow-up. Conclusion: Combining group motivational interviewing with cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective technique in decreasing the severity of the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder and eventually decreasing the disability produced by the symptoms.
Keywords: motivational interviewing, obsessive &, ndash, compulsive disorder, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, functional Disability.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Published: 2011/04/15
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نويديان ع, حق شناس ل, عابدي م ر, باغبان ا, فاتحي زاده م. Contrasting the effectiveness of group cognitive behavior therapy and group cognitive behavior therapy with motivational interviewing on behavior and performance of patients with obsessive – compulsive disorder. RBS. 2011; 9 (1)
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