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Title: 

EFFECTIVENESS OF PLAY THERAPY WITH CPR (CHILD-PARENT-RELATIONSHIP) APPROACH ON REDUCING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER

Type: PAPER
Author(s): OJAGH FAEZEH SADAT,MASJEDI ARANI ABBAS*,ZADEH MOHAMMADI ALI,SHAHIN SHAMSIAN BIBI,HABIBI MOJTABA
 
 *DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, SHAHID BEHESHTI UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Name of Seminar: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  MOASESEYE MODIRAN IDEHPARDAZ PAYTAKHT VIRA
Date:  2016Volume 2
 
 
Abstract: 

DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY ARE KNOWN AS MOST COMMON PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AMONG PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS POSED BY CHILDHOOD CANCER. DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY WITH CANCER ARE RISK FACTORS FOR REDUCED SURVIVAL IN CANCER PATIENTS AND THEY ARE MAJOR FACTORS IN THE REJECTION THERAPY. THE AIM OF PLAY THERAPY IS TO REDUCE THE DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN THESE CHILDREN AND IT IMPROVES THEIR MENTAL HEALTH STATUS. THE STUDY POPULATION WAS CHILDREN 6 TO 11 YEARS THAT REFERRED TO MAHAK AND MOFID HOSPITALS WITH CANCER DIAGNOSIS IN 1393. SAMPLING METHOD WAS ON THE AVAILABLE SAMPLING. TO SELECT THE PARTICIPANTS, CHILD'S BEHAVIORAL CHECK LIST (CBCL) WAS COMPLETED BY PARENTS AND 40 CHILDREN WITH CANCER THAT GAINED MORE THAN 69 SCORE IN ISOLATION-DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY-DEPRESSION SCALES WERE RANDOMLY ASSIGNED TO TWO GROUPS OF 20 PERSONS EXPERIMENTAL AND CONTROL GROUPS. THE EXPERIMENTAL GROUP RECEIVED 10 SESSIONS OF PLAY THERAPY WITH CPR APPROACH. CBCL TEST WAS CONDUCTED TO FOLLOW UP A WEEK BEFORE AND AFTER THE PLAY THERAPY, AND TWO MONTHS AFTER THE TREATMENT. PLAY THERAPY WITH CHILD-PARENT-RELATIONSHIP (CPR) APPROACH CAUSED SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN DEPRESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL GROUP COMPARE WITH CONTROL GROUP BUT ANXIETY REDUCTION BETWEEN 2 GROUPS WAS NOT SIGNIFICANT. RESULTS SHOWED THAT PLAY THERAPY TRAINING TO PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH CANCER CAUSED BETTER COMPLIANCE WITH PAINFUL TREATMENTS AND STRESSFUL HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT.

 
Keyword(s): CHILDREN WITH CANCER, PLAY THERAPY, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY
 
 
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