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|Title||The Efficacy of Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) on patients with Major Depressive Disorder in Gaza Strip|
|Title in Arabic||The Efficacy of Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) on patients with Major Depressive Disorder in Gaza Strip|
This study examined the effectiveness of psycho education program based on Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) for facilitating recovery in patients with Major Depressive Disorder in Gaza Strip. Patients with Major Depressive Disorder include those who have a severe and/or persistent Major depression disorder that seriously impairs their functioning relative to such primary aspects of daily living as personal relations, living arrangements, or employment. Materials and Methods Pre post design was used in this study and the researcher select two groups. Each group includes four participants (2 male and 2 female), The two groups were matched with age, gender, degree of depression, and area of living, for each participants we assessed the degree of depression using the depression Peck scales before and after using intervention program ( new and routine methods). The result shows the mean, stander deviation and stander error mean, the pretest mean for the experimental group symptoms of depression was 36.25, and stander deviation was 1.70783 While the mean for posttest experimental group symptoms of depression was 21.25, and stander deviation was .95743, this represent that the severity of symptom was decreased significantly after intervention using WRAP.
|Published in||International Journal of Psychiatry|
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