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mobasher Z, bagheri N, abbasi M, tanha Z. Comparison of the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy and combination therapy on self-compassion and emotional self-regulation in heart patients. JMIS 2022; 7 (4) :33-43
URL: http://jmis.hums.ac.ir/article-1-301-en.html
PhD, Educational Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Roodehen Branch, Roodehen, Iran
Abstract:   (3662 Views)
Aim: The present study compares the effectiveness of emotion-oriented cognitive-behavioral therapy and the combination of acceptance-based therapy and commitment and self-compassion training on self-compassion and emotional self-regulation in heart patients in Khoramabad in 2021.
Methods: The present study is a quasi-experimental with pre-test-post-test design with a control group. The statistical population was women with heart disease in Khoramabad in 2021. Forty-five people were selected through the convenience sampling method and randomly assigned to two experimental groups and one control group. Ten separate 90-minute sessions were held for both treatment groups, and no training control group was applied. The research instruments were the Self-Compassion Scale of Neff with 26 questions and the Emotional Self-Regulation Scale of Larsen and Mike with ten questions. SPSS software and multivariate analysis of covariance were used to analyze the data.
Results: Combining acceptance-commitment therapy with self-compassion training and emotion-driven cognitive-behavioral therapy improves self-compassion and emotional self-regulation in women with cardiovascular disease (P-Value> 0.05), and their recovery rate is higher than the control group (P-Value> 0.05). However, the two experimental groups were not significantly different (P-Value> 0.0).
Conclusion: Combining acceptance-commitment therapy with self-compassion training and emotion-driven cognitive-behavioral therapy increase awareness of emotions and controls the level of emotions and self-compassion in women with heart disease. So, both treatments are effective for awareness of emotions and self-compassion.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/04/29 | Accepted: 2022/01/30 | Published: 2022/01/30

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