عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Stuttering can affect all personal and social aspects of life and negatively influence the mental and emotional health, as well as, life and self satisfaction in people. This research aimed to examine the effectiveness of mental simulation therapy on life satisfaction and self-satisfaction in stutterers aged between 20-45 in Tehran.
Method: In a semi-experimental research with pretest-posttest designs along with follow-up tests about 30 stutterers in the age range of 20 to 45 refered to Tehran rehabilitation clinics were selected using available sampling method and were randomly divided into experimental and control groups. The Life-satisfaction and Self-satisfaction Questionnaires, as well as, Taghizadeh’s Mental Simulation Package were applied. The final data were analyzed by an ANCOVA statistical analysis.
Results: The results were shown that mental simulation therapy could significantly increase the levels of self-satisfaction and life-satisfaction in the stutterers in the experimental group compared to the control group.
Conclusion: Mental simulation therapy can be used to increase self-satisfaction and life- satisfaction in stutterers due to its emphasis on useful psychological practice and techniques and enabling the mind and speech .
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