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Efficacy of didactic therapy on the social functioning of alcohol dependents in selected rehabilitation centres

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Wormichon Ngasainao and Sheela Upendra
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Alcoholism effects almost every area of an individual’s life. Thus the present study has attempted to explore the social domain of an alcohol dependent person and bring about awareness of it through didactic therapy. The aim was to find out the effectiveness of didactic therapy on the social functioning. A pre experimental one group pre-test post-test research design was adopted for this study. 50 samples were selected using simple random sampling and the setting was selected rehabilitation centres in Pune city. The Modified Paul Clifford and Isobel Morris social functioning questionnaire was implied for assessing the social functioning of the samples. The reliability of the tool was found to be 0.86 after conducting the pilot study using Karl Pearson’s formula. The pre test was done using the questionnaire. And the didactic therapy was administered after pre test in a group of 5 samples per session. A week after that, the post test was taken for the samples. In pre test, results show that (0%) of alcoholic dependents have very low social functioning score (0-28), (0%) alcoholic dependents have low social functioning score (29-56), 18% of alcoholic dependents have high social functioning score (57-84), 82% of alcoholic dependents have very high social functioning score (85-112).In post test, results show that (0%) of alcoholic dependents have very low social functioning score (0-28), (0%) alcoholic dependents have low social functioning score (29-56), 12% of alcoholic dependents have high social functioning score (57-84), 88% of alcoholic dependents have very high social functioning score (85-112). The hypothesis is accepted. Thus it is concluded that didactic therapy was effective on social functioning of alcohol dependents.

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