quality of life therapy

A therapy for a non-life threatening disorder.

quality of life therapy

Therapeutics A therapy for a non-life threatening condition–ie, not medically indicated; QOLTs treat balding–eg, Minoxidil, Propecia; impotence–eg, Caverject, Muse, Viagra; fertility–eg, Clomid. See Cosmeceutical, Impotence.
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Quality of life therapy is based on a new approach that was founded by Frisch (2006) and includes integration of positive psychology and cognitive therapy.
This research is based on quality of life therapy by working on various fields and enables all aspects of life in addicted couples who are in treatment.
Note: In order to comply with ethical principle of justice in study, after our research quality of life therapy was also held for control group.
Quality of life therapy also changes the attitudes and emotions of couples, as well as increase their relationships.
Quality of Life Therapy: Applying a Life Satisfaction Approach to Positive Psychology and Cognitive Therapy.
Quality of life therapy is based on a relatively new approach founded by Frisch (2006) and includes integration of positive psychology and cognitive therapy.
The present study uses a Frisch model (quality of life therapy) which combines cognitive therapy and positive psychology to intervene in marital satisfaction and sexual self-efficacy.
This research is based on quality of life therapy by working on various fields and focuses on all aspects of life with addicted couples who are in treatment.
Finally it can be concluded that quality of life therapy enhanced sexual self-efficacy and marital satisfaction in substance addicted couples in treatment within a period of time.

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