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The Effect of Education Using Cognitive-Behavioral Hypnotherapy (CBH) on Self-Esteem of Students with High Induction.
Habibeh Khayatjadidi , Seyed Jalal Younesi , Mahshid Izadi
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introduction: Self-esteem and the concept of self-worth are the most fundamental factors in the optimal development of a person’s personality. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of education using cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy on the self-esteem of students with high induction
Method: This is a quasi-experimental study with pretest and posttest and a control group. The statistical population included all students living in the dormitory of Tehran University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Science with a high hypnotic induction. Sampling was carried out according to the inclusion criteria and based on the available sampling method. Of the volunteer students, employing Spiegel hypnosis induction scale, students with high induction criteria (HIP test score above 5) and lack of engagement on psychological and psychiatric treatments were screened and 24 students were randomly assigned into two groups of experimental (12 students) and control (12 students) and completed Coopersmith self-Esteem Inventory (CSEI) before and after the course and data are collected by self-reporting method. For data analysis, a statistical test of multivariate analysis of covariance and univariate analysis of variance test was used.
Findings: The findings showed that the cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy treatment method changed the self-esteem of the students in the experimental group from (23.91±4.58) to (30.41±5.03) compared to the control group in the pretest (23.58±3.60). 23) and post-test (23.83±3.24) which was statistically significant (p <0.001), showed results in the study of subscales. The effects of cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy on the dimensions of self-esteem (general (p <0.001), academic (p <0.001), family (p <0.001), and social (p <0.001)) of students with High hypnotic induction is significant (p <0.001).
 Conclusion: according to the findings of this study, it was concluded that cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy has a major role in order to promote the self-esteem of students.
Keywords:  induction, students, self-esteem, hypnotism, cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy.
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/08/28 | Accepted: 2021/01/29 | Published: 2021/01/29

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