عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: In response to the increasing rate of suicide and re-attempted suicide in the world, which has significant statistics; Attention and focus on the development and implementation of suicide prevention interventions has increased. The present study was conducted with the aim of the effectiveness of schema-based couple therapy on the prevention of repeated suicide in people committing self-immolation in Imam Khomeini Hospital, Kermanshah.
Research method: The method of the present research was an experimental type of pre-test-post-test method with a control group. The research population was all patients hospitalized in the burn department who committed self-immolation in Imam Khomeini Hospital, Kermanshah. From this community, 16 clients were selected by a simple random method during several stages and were assigned to two groups of 8 people. Beck's Suicidal Thoughts Questionnaire and Yang's Schematic Mentality Questionnaire were used to collect data. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistics and covariance analysis with the help of Spss-21 statistical software.
Findings: The results of this research showed that suicidal thoughts are reduced due to couple therapy and decrease from the initial intensity level and repeated suicide attempts are eliminated.
Conclusion: Therefore, schema-based couple therapy can reduce the intensity of schema mentalities and suicidal thoughts of patients, and due to the reduction of suicidal thoughts, the rate of repeated suicide attempts will decrease to zero.
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