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The Effectiveness of Narrative Therapy with Adlerian Approach on Self-Esteem Children with Physical-Motor Disable in Mashhad of Iran

Vahid Bafandegan Mojaver*

Background: The frequent Comorbidity of psychological disorder and physical disability is well- documented. The present study was to investigate the effect of metacognitive therapy on self-esteem physical disability in Mashhad.

Methods and materials: Of the 120-child sample were included 40 participants who were assigned by random sampling in experimental (N=20) and control group (N=20). Children were completed Cooper Smith Self Esteem Inventory (SEI) in the pre-test, post-test. Data were analyzed by the SPSS 16 and presented with covariance (ANCOVA) test. Alpha level less than .05 was considered significance (p<0.01).

Findings: Analysis of ANCOVA showed that there are significant differences between the experimental and control group based on self-esteem in the post-test stage. Conclusion: Results suggest that narrative therapy could be a short and effective treatment