Preliminary study on the use of movie scenes as a tool in the training of therapists
Keywords:Therapist Training, Films, Interpersonal Transaction Group
The aim this work is to study the use of scenes of movies as tool in therapists' training. For it there took a sample of 26 students of Psychology registered in the subject “Psychotherapies”. It divided to the subjects in two groups, one of them viewed potentially therapeutic scenes of fims and another group viewed innocuous scenes. After the viewed, the effect of the scenes in the subjects was measured by the application of the “Interpersonal Transaction Group” ITG (Neimeyer, 1988), Technology of work with groups in that first conversations are kept in pairs and later with the whole group. The results showed that the subjects of the group of therapeutic exhibition emitted major number of answers of scout and therapeutic acts.
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