COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY ON ANGER REGULATION WITH SINGLE-PARENT CHILD RESIDING IN AN ORPHANAGE: A CASE STUDY
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Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy sessions were conducted with a ten years old boy, residing in an orphanage in Malaysia. Eight sessions of brief CBT were conducted to resolve the child’s problem in anger regulation that led to his deficits in social skills. After the sessions, the child was able to integrate learnt social skills and managed to socialize more effectively with other children. However, due to the lack of supervision from the orphanage’s side, the child requires more effort to help him regulates his anger more effectively.
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