International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education

Volume 4 - Issue 3 (1) | PP: 50 - 67 Language : English
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/CCSE2022.4.3.1
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The Ability of the Emotional and Rational Counseling Program to Reduce Psychological Tension and Irrational Thoughts and Improve Life Satisfaction for the Hearing Impaired

Rania El-Sawy Abdo Abdel-Qawi
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
2/1/2023 15/1/2023 22/1/2023 27/5/2023
Abstract
The study aims to increase students with hearing impairments' level of life satisfaction by lowering psychological stress and unreasonable ideas. Utilized was the experimental approach. On a scale measuring psychological stress and irrational thinking, 30 hearing-impaired people were chosen as a sample because they scored highly on these measures. Two equal groups—one a control group and the other an experimental group—were formed from them. The researcher used the following instruments: a counselling a program created by the researcher, a measure of psychological stress created by the researcher, a measure of life satisfaction created by (Desouki, 2000), a measure of rational thought created by (Al-Rihani 1985), and a measure of life satisfaction created by the researcher. 90) Min. The findings revealed statistically significant differences between the mean counselling group scores before and after the counselling program was implemented. Additionally, it showed that before and after applying the program, the counselling group experienced an increase in psychological stress and unreasonable thinking. Between the two tribal metrics, there were statistically significant variations as well. There were no statistically significant differences between the post- and follow-up measurements in the counselling group between the pre- and post-measurement in favor of the post-measurement. The report suggested extending the initiative to other.


How To Cite This Article
Abdel-Qawi , R. E. A. (2023). The Ability of the Emotional and Rational Counseling Program to Reduce Psychological Tension and Irrational Thoughts and Improve Life Satisfaction for the Hearing Impaired. International Journal of Childhood, Counselling, and Special Education, 4 (3), 50-67, 10.31559/CCSE2022.4.3.1

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