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:: Volume 18, Issue 3 (August-September 2023) ::
IJNR 2023, 18(3): 41-51 Back to browse issues page
The effectiveness of transdiagnostic native treatment based on emotion regulation on reducing insomnia disorder (single-case study)
Peyman Hatamian , Kazem Tabatabaei * , Parviz Azadfallah , Jafar Hasani
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Introduction:  Since psychological texts in recent decades have witnessed the expansion of meta-diagnostic approaches in examining psychopathology, so the aim of the present study was The effectiveness of transdiagnostic intervention package based on emotion regulation according to Iranian culture on reducing insomnia Intensity.

Methods: The present study single-subject (single-case) design was used. Participants in this stage included people with insomnia disorder in Kermanshah in 2021, three of them were selected by purposive sampling method. For this purpose, in the baseline stage and before any intervention, the questionnaire insomnia Intensity was performed Two times per week on three participants separately, then presented the meta-diagnostic intervention based on emotion regulation in one session per week and each session 60 Minutes. At the end of the third, sixth and eighth sessions, the mentioned questionnaire was presented to each of the 3 participants and finally, completed by the participants in a 1-month and 2-month follow-up. The findings of this section were analyzed using visual analysis, recovery percentage and other related indicators.
Findings:The results showed that the symptoms of insomnia Intensity. in each of the three participants, following the sessions of meta-diagnostic protocol based on emotion regulation in the intervention phase and even follow-up period (Relative to the position of the baseline) a decreasing trend, which is evidence of the effectiveness of the intervention.
Conclusion: The implementation of the transdiagnostic intervention package based on emotion regulation appropriate to Iranian culture led to the reduction of insomnia Intensity, therefore, due to the transdiagnostic nature of the intervention, it is suggested to mental health professionals that the results of the present package in It can be used to help with other psychological disorders.
 
 
Keywords: transdiagnostic therapy, emotion regulation, Iranian culture, insomnia Intensity
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Type of Study: Paramedical | Subject: behavioral sciences
Received: 2023/03/21 | Accepted: 2023/04/24 | Published: 2023/08/1
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Hatamian P, Tabatabaei K, Azadfallah P, Hasani J. The effectiveness of transdiagnostic native treatment based on emotion regulation on reducing insomnia disorder (single-case study). IJNR 2023; 18 (3) :41-51
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