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THE EFFECT OF COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL EDUCATION OF MOTHER-CHILD RELATION ON REDUCING SYMPTOMS OF CHILDREN WITH OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER

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 Start Page 176 | End Page 184

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 Aim and Background: Researches in recent decades on the effect of attachment-based on relationship and parenting type of CHILD’s caregiver have shown that parents’ parenting style and the quality of MOTHER CHILD relationship have significant role in CHILD’ anxiety formation. The present study aimed to review the effect of cognitive-behavioral education of MOTHER-child relationship on reducing symptoms in CHILDren's OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER (OCD).Methods and Materials: In a clinical trial, 30 MOTHERs of 6 to 12-year-old CHILDren who have been diagnosed as OCD through the interview of psychotherapist and based on the criteria of diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, 4th edition, text revision (DSM-IV-TR), were randomly selected divided into two experimental and control groups. Without the presence of CHILDren, the MOTHERs in the intervention group participated in twelve 120-minute sessions of cognitive-behavioral education. OCD Yale-Brown test was used to collect the data.Findings: The phases of pre-test, post-test, and follow-up showed a statistically significant difference for the intervention group. Accordingly, obsessive thought and behaviors are obvious in the intervention group for following domains: compulsive in resistance, discomfort and interference domains.Conclusions: In whole mentioned domains, cognitive-behavioral education of MOTHER-child relation positively affected obsessive-compulsive symptoms of CHILDren.

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