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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The Biopsychosocial Spiritual Model Applied To The Treatment Of women With Breast Cancer, Through Rime Intervention (relaxation, mental Images, Spirituality).
Author: Elias, Ana Catarina Araújo
Ricci, Marcos Desidério
Rodriguez, Lórgio Henrique Diaz
Pinto, Stela Duarte
Giglio, Joel Sales
Baracat, Edmund Chada
Abstract: This postdoctoral study on the application of the RIME intervention in women that had undergone mastectomy and were in treatment, aimed to promote psychospiritual and social transformations to improve the quality of life, self-esteem and hope. A total of 28 women participated and were randomized into two groups. Brief Psychotherapy (PB) (average of six sessions) was administered in the Control Group, and RIME (three sessions) and BP (average of five sessions) were applied in the RIME Group. The quantitative results indicated a significant improvement (38.3%) in the Perception of Quality of Life after RIME according to the WHOQOL, compared both to the BP of the Control Group (12.5%), and the BP of the RIME Group (16.2%). There was a significant improvement in Self-esteem (Rosenberg) after RIME (14.6%) compared to the BP of the Control Group (worsened 35.9%), and the BP of the RIME Group (8.3%). The improvement in well-being, considering the focus worked on (Visual Analog Scale), was significant in the RIME Group (bad to good), as well as in the Control Group (unpleasant to good). The qualitative results indicated that RIME promotes creative transformations in the intrapsychic and interpersonal dimensions, so that new meanings and/or new attitudes emerge into the consciousness. It was observed that RIME has more strength of psychic structure, ego strengthening and provides a faster transformation that BP, therefore it can be indicated for crisis treatment in the hospital environment.
Subject: Brief Psychotherapy
Complementary Therapy
Imagery (psychotherapy)
Psychosomatic Medicine
Spirituality
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.ctcp.2015.01.007
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25682524
Date Issue: 2015
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