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Peyravi H, Alavi S, Ghanizadeh M. The Effect of Compliance with Group Therapy on Quality of Life, Global Function and Care after Treatment in Opium Addicted under MMT (Methadone Maintanence Therapy). IJN. 2018; 30 (110) :45-57
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PhD of Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry and Psychology Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. (*Corresponding Author). Tel: 021554022002 E-mail:alavi@sdlrc.mui.ac.ir
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Background & Aims: Today, the role of non-drug treatment is important in the treatment of addiction. Compliance therapy plays effective role in improvement of quality of life, reducing the effects sides of treatment and especially in mental health promotion. The present study has been designed to determine the effect of “compliance therapy “with group therapy on quality of life, general function, acceptance and care after illness in opioid addicted under Methadone Meintanance Therapy (MMT).
Material & Method: The clinical trial methodology was done on the addicted persons who are in recovery phase, in 4 addiction treatment centers in Tehran city during 2016 year. Initially, 120 patients were selected randomly, they were devided in four groups (group therapy, group therapy and compliance therapy, compliance therapy and control group). The variables of study were quality of life (QOL), Global Function, treatment acceptance, this variables were assessed by Quality of Life Questionnaire, and Global Assessment Function and compliance therapy scale. To data analysis we used descriptive and inferential statistic (ANOVA) and ANCOVA via SPSS 20 software.
Results: Based on ANOVA analysis, there are significant differences in sub scales of quality of life questionnaire (including interpersonal relationship, activities and Common goals), Global Function Assessment in Social, vocational and educational fields and score of compliance between 4 groups. (P-value<0.05), But there isn’t significant differences in “personality foundation” and “role effectiveness’ between 4 groups.
Conclusion: The results showed that, care after treatment such as group therapy, compliance therapy or matrix therapy are effectiveness in treatment of addiction.
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Received: 2017/11/14 | Accepted: 2018/02/12 | Published: 2018/02/12

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