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An Verification of the Effect of Structured Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Program for Elementary School Students with High Risk Behavior

고위험 문제행동을 보이는 초등학생을 위한 구조화된 인지행동 중재 프로그램의 효과 검증

  • Received : 2017.11.13
  • Accepted : 2018.01.20
  • Published : 2018.01.28

Abstract

The study is a preliminary study of the effectiveness of the structured cognitive behavioral arbitration program targeting elementary school students who perform high risk problems based on schools for convergence with local communities. The program is designed to be practiced by semi-trained professionals. To screen high-risk students, total 102 students were tested K-CBCL and those who scored over 60T on problem behavior syndrome scale were recruited. 32 students were selected and devided into intervention group and control group. Intervention group was received 90-minutes-sessions per week, for nine weeks. The program was done by graduate students and undergraduate students majoring counseling and supervised by school psychologist. The internalization group showed significantly lower score in Internalization, anxiety/depression, and externalization group showed externalization, aggressive behavior. but mixed group didn't showed significantly lower score. Implications of the results, limitations and suggestions for future study were mentioned.

Keywords

Convergence;Elementary student;High-risk;Cognitive-behavioral therapy;Semi-trained professional;School-based

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