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The Effect of Emotional Intelligence Education on Resilient Families with Patients with Major Depression

Author: SAHAR KHAKI, MOHAMMAD ZOLADL, AARDASHIR AFRASIABIFAR , KHEIROLLAH NOORYAN*
Abstract: Background: Emotional intelligence refers to a set of competencies that enable a person to participate in the processing of information about feelings and the use of this information to guide thinking and behavior, and learning emotional intelligence resists depression. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of emotional intelligence training on the resilience of families with patients with major depression, the city of Yasuj. Methods: In this interventional study, a family history of Saxby (2005) family resiliency questionnaire was used to survey the family resilience of 50 families who had the criteria for entering the study randomly and randomly divided into two groups of 25 Subjects and controls were divided and emotional intelligence was trained in eight consecutive two-hour sessions according to the protocol of the experimental group. The control group did not receive any training and resilience was performed in three stages before intervention after intervention and one month after intervention. The data were analyzed using Chi-square, Kolmogorov Smirnov test, one way ANOVA, independent t-test and descriptive statistical tests (mean and standard deviation). Results: The results showed that the level of resilience and its total components increased in the experimental group and continued until the follow up, and the resilience in the subjects in three periods (before intervention, after intervention, one month after the intervention) There was a significant relationship (p< 0.05). There was no significant difference in the control group in the three groups (before intervention, after intervention, one month after the intervention). It seems that emotional intelligence for increasing the resilience in the affected families It is important to depression, so this training can be used in hospitals and other educational centers to promote resilience. Larger and varied examples will help to understand the usefulness of this approach. Conclusions: By educating and improving the level of emotional intelligence in families with patients with major depression, they can increase their resilience.
Keyword: Emotional intelligence, resiliency, basic depression, family.
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