اثر تطبيق برنامج ارشاد جماعي في تخفيف الاعراض النفسية لدى النساء المعنفات مراجعات المراكز الارشادية في محافظة الخليل
The Effect of a Counsling Program on Reducing Psychological Symptom of Battered Womens who Reviews Pschological and Social Legal Counseling Centers in Hebron
جميلة محمد طه دودين
Jamila Mohammad Taha Doudin
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This study aimed to recognize the effect of the "Group Counseling Program" and “Psychological Pressure Eliminating Program" on women under violence in Hebron. The target group of this study consists of women under violence who visit the Psychological and Social Legal Counseling Centers in Hebron. The counseling program was applied in cooperation with the Women's Center for Legal and Social Counseling in Hebron. The study mainly contains (45) cases. They were selected by organizations that are working in the field of social and legal counseling in Hebron. The majority of the women refused to participate due to their special personal circumstances. The study's sample contains (22) women. The participants were divided into two main groups: the experimental group and the regulator group and each one contains (11) women. The quasi-experimental approach was used in this study, The purposive sample was chosen as a sample for this studyThe counseling program contained thirteen meetings designed by Manasra (2006) under the name of "Psychological Pressure Eliminating Program". This program was carried out in two and half months for an average of two-hour meeting weekly. The following strategies were used in the meetings: modeling, relaxation, discussion, dialogue, psycho-education, 8 and homework. In addition, the 90 and the self-confidence scales for Sydney Croger were used as instruments t in the pre and post test. The results of the statistical analysis show that there are significant statistical differences between the average of the experimental group and the regulator group at the indication level of (α ≤ 0.05) on the posterior testing according to the 90 scale. This means that the counseling programwhich was used for the present study reduces the level of the women's psychological symptoms on the experimental group. According to the 90 scale, these symptoms are depression, anxiety, phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, psychosomatic disorder, aggression, interpersonal sensitivity, and extra diminution. The indication level of (0.00) and this level is considered statistically significant. In addition, the results show that there aren't any significant statistical differences between the average of the experimental group and the regulator group at the indication level of (α ≤ 0.05) on the posterior testing according to Sydney Croger's self-confidence scale. This proves that the applied counseling program doesn't affect the level of the women's self-confidence and that because the indication level was (0.12) it is not statically significant. The study's results, the researcher recommends that it is necessary to adopt the groups guiding method in order to help as many women as possible. She recommends also developing such programs and testing them to identify their effect on the women who are under violence.