Subjective Wellbeing and Interpersonal Problems in the Mothers of Students With Learning Disabilities
ObjectivesThe challenges of caring for students with learning disabilities expose their mothers to mental health problems; however, less attention has been paid to treatment interventions for them. The present study aimed to examine the effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group training on subjective wellbeing and interpersonal relationships in the mothers of students with learning disabilities.
MethodsIn this experimental research, 40 mothers of students with learning disabilities were selected through simple random sampling method. They were randomly divided into two experimental and control groups after observing ethical issues. The study participants completed the subjective wellbeing and interpersonal problems questionnaires Then, the multivariate analysis of covariance was used to analyze the obtained data.
ResultsThere were significant differences between the two groups (F30.9=P<0.001) in subjective wellbeing and interpersonal relationships in the mothers of students with learning disabilities.
DiscussionDBT skills training can be useful both alone and in combination with other training methods for reducing interpersonal problems and improving subjective wellbeing in the mothers of students with learning disabilities.
Iranian Rehabilitation Journal, Volume:17 Issue:41, 2019
207 - 214
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