The effectiveness of ontopsychological psychotherapy in working with neurotic patients. Michele Sellachchi (Italy, 2005) St. Petersburg State University
The study is based on the assumption that at the end of the ontopsychological therapy course categories related to ontic In-ce, and categories associated with the logical and historical 'I' will change. The hypothesis of the study suggests that the oneric characters will change during psychotherapy, from the start of therapy and four months after the start of the course of consultations.
All participants included in the experimental and control groups were treated at the Center for Mental Health (Public Service of psychiatric and psychological care) in early 2003. Selection of participants was random and was determined by the initial phase of treatment, the presence of neurotic problems and the lack of psychopathic or sociopathic psychopathology.