The effect of group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on the Obsessive Rumination and Anxiety in patients with Multiple Sclerosis



Aim of the study was to investigate the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral group Therapy on the obsessive rumination and anxietyin patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS). The sample consisted of 30 (15 group control and 15 group experimental) of political sclerosis patients who were recruited for sampling and available to him. Research projects pretest- posttest control group and the management tools that include obsessive rumination questionnaire Nolen, Hocsma and  Morrow (1991) and beck Anxiety inventory (BAI) responded. The date from the analysis of covariance (MANCOVA)was used. The results of data analysis showed that cognitive-behavioral group Therapy significantly reduced obsessive rumination and anxiety in patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) experimental group compared with the control group were stable and made of after than a month.