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A Case Study Of Intensive And Short-Term Psychodynamic Therapy On Reducing The Symptoms Of Persistent Depressive Disorder In Women
Mostafa Aghaei, Yousef Gorji *
Assistant Professor Of Khomeini Shar Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
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Background: Persistent depressive disorder is very common in women. In this study, the effectiveness of short-term scanning psychotherapy was evaluated and positive results were obtained from the effectiveness of this treatment.
Method: The baseline method was used for five subjects. Initially, the scores of depressions in the three baseline positions, intervention and tracking of each subject are described on a descriptive drawing and interpretation chart; The stability of the scores in terms of mean line, middle line and trend line. has been investigated. Then, in order to make inferential interpretations and conclusions from these graphs, in-situ, out-of-situ  analysis and changes in similar situations of each graph are performed and for each subject, the research hypotheses are analyzed.
In this study, a single case method (A-B-A) was used to analyze the information. Finally, at the end of each session, Beck test was taken again to determine the effectiveness of short-term intensive psychotherapy on the improvement of their persistent depressive disorder. Tests were taken from patients at the end of each session.
Results: This study was also analyzed based on visual analysis, trend index and stability index, percentage of overlapping data and percentage of overlapping data.
conclusion: The results show that short-term dynamic psychotherapy is effective in treating persistent depressive disorder in women in Isfahan.
Keywords: Short-Term And Intensive Scanning Psychotherapy, Permanent Depressive Disorder.
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Aghaei M, Gorji Y. A Case Study Of Intensive And Short-Term Psychodynamic Therapy On Reducing The Symptoms Of Persistent Depressive Disorder In Women. Int J Med Invest. 2021; 10 (3) :77-95
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