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The effect of mother's counseling by Transactional Analysis in comparison with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on reduction of children's anxiety. QJCR. 2013; 12 (47) :47-69
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. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of mother's Therapy by Transactional Analysis in comparison with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on reduction of children's anxiety. For this purpose, the population of this study comprised mothers who had children with Separation Anxiety Disorder or General Anxiety Disorder in 5 kindergartens. Then 60 mothers selected through the random sampling and randomly divided into 3groups) Two experimental groups and one control group) that each group comprised 20 mothers. Each experimental group was counseled for 10 sessions using either Transactional Analysis or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. At the end a post-test was taken from all subjects. Results of the covariance method showed that using both Transactional Analysis and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are effective on reducing the symptoms of children's Separation Anxiety Disorder and General Anxiety Disorder. However no significant difference was found between Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Transactional Analysis on reducing these symptoms. r

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Received: 2015/11/5 | Accepted: 2015/11/8 | Published: 2015/11/8

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