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Title: Diseño de intervención cognitivo-conductual en víctimas de terapia de conversión
Author: Pichín Meneses, Miriam
Tutor: Monzón Reviejo, Silvia
Keywords: cognitive-behavioral therapy
conversion therapy
Gender studies
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: With the elaboration of this study, the objective is to propose an effective cognitive-behavioural intervention aimed to victims of “conversion therapies”, addressing depressive symptoms and suicidal behaviours, PTSD symptoms, own identity problems and sexual dysfunction derived from the re-experiencing of the traumatic experience. In this way, it is trying to evaluate the main symptoms caused by this type of “therapies” that threaten sexual identity and gender of the people who suffer that, before and after the intervention to prove its effects. To do this, the sample is from 50 LGBT+ people who have suffer some type of “therapy” or “intervention” aimed at modifying their sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and some psychometric tests have been applied to them to evaluate depressive symptoms, risk of suicidal behaviour and post-traumatic symptoms, as well as a semi-structured interview to evaluate problems related to own identity and sexual dysfunction derived from the re-experiencing of the traumatic experience. In this way, it is expected that the results will be significantly different in the pre and post intervention evaluation, with a notable improvement of symptoms. Finally, it is expected to contribute to clinical psychology, providing information on an understudied area such as psychological intervention in victims of “conversion therapy”, and to the visibility of a problem that affects the LGBT+ community.
Language: Spanish
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