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The Effect of the Happiness Improvement Group Art Counseling Program Applying Reality Therapy on Human Relations and Happiness of Schizophrenic Patients

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  • Keimyung University, Korea, 1095, Dalogubeol-daero, Dalseo-Gu - 42601, Daegu, Korea, Republic of
  • Gimcheon University, Korea, 214, Daehak-ro, Gimcheon-si - 39528,Gyeongsangbuk-do, Korea, Republic of

Abstract


Objectives: To examine the effect of the happiness improvement group art counseling program applying Reality Therapy (RT) on human relations and happiness of schizophrenic patients. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The research objects were 8 schizophrenic patients hospitalized in a mental treatment center located in D city. They were put under the happiness improvement group art counseling program applying reality therapy. The 80 minute treatment was given once a week. In total, the treatment was given 12 times. Human relations level and happiness level were measured in pretest, post-test, and follow-up test. To test the effect of the program, repeated measure ANOVA was performed, following the experimental design. Findings: It was found that human relations level change was significant. Among sub-scales, satisfaction, trust, sensitivity, and understanding were significant, but trust, sensitivity, and understanding were not significant. Total happiness level change was significant. Among sub-scales, while satisfaction and positive sentiment were significant, negative sentiment was not. Improvements/Applications: It was found that the happiness improvement group art counseling program applying reality therapy was effective in improving human relations and happiness of schizophrenic patients.

Keywords

Group Art Therapy, Happiness, Human Relation, Reality Therapy, Schizophrenia.

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