Comparison between the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral group therapy and cognitive hypnosis in reducing depression among adolescents with bereavement disorder

Journal title IPNOSI
Author/s Parisa Nameghi, Michele Modenese
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/2 Language Italian
Pages 14 P. 5-18 File size 198 KB
DOI 10.3280/IPN2022-002001
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Grief is a term used to describe the psychological reactions of those who expe-rience a great loss. The present study was carried out to compare the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral group therapy with cognitive group hypnosis to reduce de-pression in bereaved adolescent. Two groups received respectively 8 sessions of cognitive-behavioral therapy and 8 sessions of cognitive hypnosis while the control group did not receive any treatment. The results of the study are logical with re-spect to the efficacy of psychological therapies in the treatment of bereavement disorder, also considering the lower complications of these therapies to the greater impact on the adolescents who cause the drug treatments.

Keywords: grief, self, hypnosis, future, crisis, self-representations.

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Parisa Nameghi, Michele Modenese, Confronto fra l’efficacia della terapia di gruppo cognitivo-comportamentale e l’ipnosi cognitiva sulla riduzione della depressione tra gli adolescenti con disturbo da lutto in "IPNOSI" 2/2022, pp 5-18, DOI: 10.3280/IPN2022-002001