The Effects of Dynamic-Oriented Short-Intensive-Emergency Individual Psychological Counseling Sessions

Abdullah Atli, Taşkın Yıldırım, Canan Çitil Full Text: PDF (Türkçe)

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of Dynamic-Oriented Short-Intensive-Emergency Individual Psychological Counselling sessions. Pre-test and post-test experiment-control group quasi-experimental design was used in this study. The study was carried out with the experimental group (N=17) and control group (N=17), which, in total, makes 34 people who wanted to recieve psychological counselling in the 2013-2014 academic year. The experimental group was treated with the Dynamic-Oriented Short-Intensive-Emergency Individual Psychological Counselling sessions. The control group didn’t receive an intervation program. t-test was used to evaluate the effectiveness of the individual counselling program and to compare experimental and control groups. When the data was examined at the end of the study, somatization, obsession, depression, paranoid thoughts, anger-hostility, psychoticism, anxiety, interpersonal sensitiveness, phobic anxiety and additional scale post-test averages of the individuals who received Dynamic-Oriented Short-Intensive-Emergency Individual Psychological Counselling counselling (experimental group) showed a meaningful decrease.

Keywords: Dynamic-Oriented Short-Intensive-Emergency, Individual Psychological Counselling, Psychological Symptoms