Impact of Training Process on the Sense of Personal Coherence among the Victims of Mental Rehabilitated
Psychiatric illnesses are the second most common cause of morbidity after heart disease in Israel and abroad. One in four people who deal with psychiatric symptoms in his life. They are a third world disease burden, measured by premature mortality rates due to disease and the number of years the person lived with disability due to illness.In order to assist contestants with mental illness with their rehabilitation process, as a result while applying "Rehabilitation Act disabled persons in the community, have grown stronger rehabilitation approaches that encourage recovery, the combination of social stigma and discrimination reduction towards this population in treatment and rehabilitation holistic processes. In fact victims of mental processes of community rehabilitation He Frofsionli interdisciplinary meeting, the Western rehabilitation treatment in many professions, such as psychologists, psychiatric, creative expression therapists, occupational therapists and social workers. Research findings indicate the effectiveness of complex interventions such community (Mueser & Bond 2000). Hayntrditziflinri aspect of the rehabilitation process invites examination of victims of mental integration of new and innovative interventions in the field. Hospitals Mac Lynn McLean Hospital in 2009) *) which is a large psychiatric facility of the Medical School of Harvard University recently launched a research institute on coaching (Coaching) practice strives to promote excellence in research and training. National level, the mental health center in Be'er Sheva, affiliated medical school of Ben-Gurion University conducted a pioneering experience of working individual victims of personal mental coaching by Dr. Yael Cohen Sena.
Personal trainer in my work exposed to specific stresses and anxieties complex deal with adults who are trained with clinical populations. On the basis of empirical descriptive information relevant to the above Ohtrshmuioti those on the one on the other hand idea of the concept of mental health and welfare in the modern sense, which extends beyond disease prevention and healing were also measured in terms of functional capability, achieving goals and realizing personal potential intrigues me to know whether the stated goals beyond the power of personal coaching to contribute health of injured persons in the process of rehabilitation in terms of development and achieving a sense of personal coherence (1987, 1979, Antonovsky). As described in detail below, Hsolotognit theory of Antonovsky (1987, 1979, Antonovsky), sense of personal coherence) Sence of Coherence or SOC) is defined as a clearly global personality component that allows the individual to see the world most significant ( "" Meaningfullness) course (Comprehensive "") Weber Management ( "Managebility") as well as coping with stress and move toward healthy succession disease – Health. According to guide this theory, a man of high sense of coherence feel he understands the world, at its disposal the resources to cope with difficulties and that he wants to deal with them here in the dark can be attributed to development and to achieve a sense of coherence among injured met through personal coaching as part of rehabilitation. The fact that I found a significant response to this question and current empirical literature Hteortit my will is the basis for exploratory research to be relevant in the initial breakthrough, as detailed below.
This study intended to examine the relationship between the integration of injured persons and recovered coaching changes in levels of personal sense of coherence. Ie, the study will examine the impact of coaching on the quality of life, sense of coherence of mental health patient. How training will affect the adjustment to life, focusing on the context social – which are broad systemic Adam and Eve the mental distress.
The study tries to answer a few questions:
1. Is there a connection between the injured patient assessment of mental health before and after the training process within the institution last therapist?
2. Is there a gap between the activities you were doing before the training process and the activities you do after the training process?
3. Has there been a change in the extent of your desire (motivation) to do things two days before the training process and training process?
4. Is there a change Vatiihsotc your feelings before and after training process?
5. Is there a connection between the training process and the feelings you have for those around you, relationships, family, neighbors?