Effectiveness Evaluation of Psychotherapy Based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy
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Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a treatment that corrects abnormal behavior by changing poor cognition. Whether or not to evaluate the effects of psychological counseling and treatment has been a subject of controversy among scholars, and it is also the direction of efforts of various psychological counseling and treatment schools. This article selects 120 students with certain psychological distress in a university as the tutoring group, and randomly selects 90 students from 3 classes in the school as a control group for comparative research. Self-rating scale for psychological symptoms (SCL-90), self consistency and congruence scale (SCCS), Anxiety self-rating scale (SAS), and depression self-rating scale (SDC) were tested before and after intervention. The research results show that there is statistical significance in each index difference between the pre-test and post-test of the intervention group, there is statistical significance in the difference between the pre-test counseling group and the control group, and there is no statistical significance in the difference between the post-test counseling group and the control group. This shows that cognitive behavioral therapy can achieve good results in psychological crisis intervention in colleges and universities, improving college students' cognitive level, Emotional adjustment and promoting the development of interpersonal skills.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, Psychotherapy, Efficacy evaluation